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WITH IH OURSELVES 




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In this day of the Atom 

Of Intercontinental Ballistics Missiles 

Of the exploration of space 

Of the political unrest among our planet's nations 
In this time, rampant with fear and suspicion, 

We, the young of America, at the start of our separate pursuits, know 

It is through us, the youth of today, 

That the tomorrow we desire may be attained: 

For — "Within ourselves our future lies." 




senior staff 

Editor-in-Chief 

Jane Hanabury 

Art Editor 

Marilyn L. Fulton 

Assistant Editors 

Peter A. Luoma 
Thomas F. Winkler 

Assistant Art Editors 
Judith Perrow 
Judith A. Petze 

Business Manager 

Patricia L. Cavanaugh 



faulty advisers 

Miss Polly anna Andem 
Mr. Daniel T. Blanchard 
Mr. John F. Collins 
Miss Evelyn Silvester 

A project of the Students of 

WEYMOUTH HIGH and 
VOCATIONAL SCHOOLS 



senior home room representatives 

Bruce C. Avery 
Lois A. Caruso 
Margaret L. Fay 
James Gibson 
Doris E. Hollis 
Henry L. Keefe 
Fances M. Leites 
Gail E. McAskill 
Robert A. Norcross 
Pamela J. Pray 
Nancy L. Stevens 
Jean M Willis 



junior staff 

Susan Allen 
John Berg 
Irene Bush 
Claire Goldthwaite 
Susan Wirtz 



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through respect for others 



\ OR THEIR generous and cheerful efforts toward the success of 
our Yearbook we sincerely thank . . . 

Mr. John T. Ghiors? 
Mr. John H. Hobbs 
Mr. Harold R. Nelson 
Mr. George E. Nott 
Mr. Herman F. Perry 

Kenneth A. Hawes 
Florence D. Walker 

Who's Who Committee 

Class Motto Committee 

Junior Moral and Spiritual 
Values Committee 




Tlure are times . . . 




PHERE ARE TIMES in the passage of any year when it behooves 
each one of us to express thanks to those who have aided us all 
in our journey. 

For their immeasurable, unstinted guidance and teaching we, 
the Yearbook staff and the Class of 1958, dedicate our Yearbook 
to Miss Martha Vining and Miss Ernestine Canning. We present 
this book as a tribute to their unselfish work on former Yearbooks 
and their sincere attention to the needs of us all. 



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To the Graduation Class oj 1QS8: 

You could not have chosen truer words for your class motto - "Within 
ourselves the future lies." 

If each one of you will fully appreciate the full meaning of the mot- 
to, you may achieve greatness, not only in regard to your personal life, but 
also in respect to the life of your country. Your country's future lies in your 
hands and you may make of it what you wish. 

It is my sincere hope that the future will bring out the best in each of 
you, so that you may make America a still better place in which to live. 

I wish you the best of health, happiness, and success. 

Wallace L. Whittle 



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Lefl to right: (standing) Waltei Gutterson, Guidance; Donald I'. Drake, Guidance, 
Social Studies. And (seated) Geraldine Ochs, Secretary; Virginia Nye, Guidance; 
Edna (.. Flaherty, Guidance, English. 




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Lett to right: (standing) Mr. I horn as A. Lyons, Assistant Principal; Ellen C. Coyle, 
Secretary; Doris E. Mcintosh, Issistant Secretary; Mr. R;i\ (,. Parker, Ideational Sihool 
Principal. And iseated) I. aura Nash. Secretary; Janet A. Johnson. Assistant Secretary; 
K\el\n C. Glidden, Secretary. Audio-Visual Instruction. 




Left to right: Pollyanna Andem, English; Doroth) Pearson, English; Mar) F. roome) 
English; Helen G. Lyons, English. 



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Left to right: Alvafa Raymond, Mathematics; Malcolm L. Pratt, Mathematics; Gerard 
| Swanson, Mathematics; rhomas [. Regan. Mathematics; Russell H. Mazzola, 
Mathematics. 





Left to right: John T. Ghiorse, Science; Norman I.. Turcotte, Science; Clarence R. 
Lyond, s<ien<e; John K. Delahunt, Science, Economics; Roberl J. Bernath, Science. 



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Left id right: Richard I Whitmore, Social Studies, Drivei Education: Paul <). Ritchie, 

Social Studies; Ralph J. Lordi, Social Studies: |olin \\ . White, Sa< tul Studies. 




Left to right: William T. Kearns, Social Studies: Waldo H. Swan. Social 
Driver Education; William A. Dempsev. Jr.. Social Studies: Jame> V. Steele 

Studies. 



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I cli id right: (standing) Rem- E. Martin, French; Elizabeth P. Bedell (Mrs.), French, 
Spanish; Madeline L. Cote (Mrs.), French; Elinor C. Larson (Mrs.), French; |<>hn T. 
Gannon, Latin. Vnd (seated) Martha Vining, Latin; Ernestine R. Canning, French; 
Elizabeth F. Derr) (Mrs.). Spanish. 




Lett to light: (standing) Russell fl. Jack, Music; Paul A. Warren, Music. And (seated) 
Mar] A. Dolan (Mrs.), /4rf; Evelyn Silvester, ./i/; Man I. Gloster, Librarian. 



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I.cfi to right: (standing) Daniel I. BLanchard, Commercial; Francis \ Kelly, 
Commercial. And (seated) Elizabeth L. MacGiegor, Commercial; <)h\< I Hackett, 
Commercial; Louise J. Hill. Commercial; Helen M Norris, Commercial. 




Lefl lo right: Dorothv G. MacGrepor Commercial; Margaret k. Langford, Commercial; 
Jean Young, Commercial; Jane P. Lyons (Mrs.), Commercial. 



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I ill to right: (standing) John Fisher, Physical Education; Oral A. Page, Physical Edu- 
cation; Leo A. Hayes, Physical Education. \ml (seated) Mar) E. Arnold, Physical Edu- 
cation; Herberts L. Stockwell, R.N.. Nurse; Eleanor M. Olson (Mrs.), Physical Educa- 
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Lefi to right: (standing) Hilmei S. Nelson. Agriculture; Marie K. Ghiorse, English, 
Mathematics, Science, Social Studies; Harold R. Nelson. Agriculture. And (seated) 
Esther L. Benson. Home Economics; Eva Skala, Home Economics; Louise B. Masters 
(Mrs.), Home Economics. 



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Left to ii«ht: I'liilip Messina, Auto Repair; Harold E. Clarke, Sheet Mela!; James F. 
Boland, Sheet Metal Helmed Subjects; Henry t. Marshman, Jr., Auto Repair Related 
Subjects; Frank H. Meda, Auto Mechanics. 




through LEADERSHIP 

Leadership with courage, strength, and wisdom 

To guide and serve 
A. friend, a neighbor, a nation. 



" CLASS OFFICERS 




Jane Hanabury 
Treasurer, W. H. S. 



Robert Norcross 
President, W. H. S. 



Paula Feeney 
Secretary, W. H. S. 



Changing Education 



Ann L. Doucette 

\INCE THE phe nomenal launching of Sputnik, American education has 
been under excessive scrutiny and criticism. No longer is the interest con- 
fined to the school or college, but it has become the topic of debate among 
many who believe that a thorough reorganization of the educational program 
is necessary for our survival. 

The program of education in Russia has been most successful, having resulted 
in the training of young men of unusual genius. There, a far greater percentage 
of the national income is devoted to education than is applied to the improvement 
of living conditions. Children have accepted the difficult curricula in a ten-year 
system because of the exceptional honors given those of trained ability. Only thirty 
per cent of the ten-year graduates are accepted by the universities where they 
are trained to become specialists in definite fields. The major factor which led to 
the phenomenal development of this system was the determination of Russia to 
achieve superiority over all nations of the world. 

Until now, it has been accepted that the present system of education in the 
United States has continuously solved all problems, providing the basic needs ade- 
quately and in copious fulfillment. President Eisenhower reveals his faith in 
the schools when he said: "Our system of universal education provides a means of 
developing individual capacities. It strengthens the stamina and value of the in- 
dividual citizen. It possesses a far greater potential for the future development of 
America's strength than has yet been realized." It is not fair to blame the schools 




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for the deficiency in the number of scientists and mathematicians when really the 
lack of foresight on the part of the government has caused the present emer- 
gency. Granted that the school curricula should be reorganized to help meet the 
immediate demands, but there are governmental branches that should have been 
alert and prepared to avoid such a crisis. 

Although our education in science and mathematics is unquestionably impor- 
tant, other studies are equally essential to meet the present-day challenge. So much 
now lies in the field of human affairs, that the present urgency demands that we 
strengthen every aspect of that program. As set forth by the Educational Policies 
Commission: "The preservation of democracy, the building of a lasting peace, 
and the guarantee of respect for the dignity of each human being, all demand 
an education of such scope and diversity to enable every American child to rise 
to his own best potential." 

Really there are four most important points that should be seriously consid- 
ered for the desired improvement: 

The teachers of the future should be chosen from the best in their respective 
fields and provided with the latest equipment. 

The gifted child should have the opportunity to take special courses to chal- 
lenge his intelligence. 

All science courses should be made attractive, even if more difficult, and be 
introduced to children at an earlier age. 

The scholarship standards should be securely fixed so that every student wor- 
thy of aid may receive the necessary financial assistance. 

In order to remain the superior nation, we must immediately develop a genu- 
ine respect for the ability of the learned and the unusually brilliant. More must 
be offered students so that our country will be enabled to cope with the prob- 
lems of the modern world. If the United States succeeds in the struggle for sur- 
vival, much will be due to the capabilities of the educational program. Russia has 
made us realize what concentrated effort for a determined goal can achieve. Since 
our educational program has always been superior to theirs, certainly, with the 
same type effort, that superiority can be maintained. 

The problem that now faces modern education is admirably explained by 
Oliver J. Caldwell of the United States Department of Health, Education, and 
Welfare when he states: 

"The pressure of world affairs on our schools has created a number of new 
national educational problems. Our schools must prepare our people to play a 
new role of world leadership — on a new stage which includes the whole world, 
and to an audience which includes all of mankind." 



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Is Science 
The Answer? 



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URING THF past years, many critics have deplored the fact that in 
the United States there hasn't been the emphasis on the sciences that 
they have believed necessary to maintain world prestige. When Russia launched 
the first satellite, these alarmists rushed to the fore, demanding that we converge 
all our efforts on the technological aspects of progress. Yet should we not analyze 
the situation before making rash judgments or planning costly expenditures? 

It is accepted that any fears of armed aggression by a satellite are unfounded. 
Dr. Joseph Kaplan, Chairman of the United States National Commitee for 
the International Geophysical Year, has stated that the launching of the first sat- 
ellite is comparable to the achievement of nuclear fission. It is his belief that 
there is certainly no reason to worry about any foreign aggression by means of a 
satellite. He feels that the ordinary man should consider it an advance that has 
been successful so far and promises much for the future. Indeed, not only do 
we have nothing to fear from a satellite, but, according to Dr. John P. Hagen, 
Director of Project Vanguard, we should hope to gain valuable information in 
the fields of astronomy and geophysics, much on the make-up of the atmos- 
phere, and accurate figures for the dimensions of the earth. 

At this time we cannot help but wonder if Russia has actually surpassed the 
United States who has ever been the acknowledged leader in the Technological 
Age. Nov/ since she has launched such a revolutionary program, should we im- 
mediately assume that we are hopelessly outdistanced technologically? Undoubt- 




edly, in this one phase of science, Russia has temporarily outstripped us, but that 
fact does not intimate that we cannot achieve even more and continue to uphold 
our past position of superiority. 

It is a conceded fact that Russia is producing more engineers than the United 
States, but we also know that her economic structure has become weighted with 
too many. There are just not enough positions open for the number of scientists 
and engineers trained in Russia each year. In addition, her educational system 
has become almost entirely unimaginative. In the words of Alexander G. Korol, 
a Russian-affairs specialist at M.I.T., "There seems to be a progressive paralysis 
of individual initiative which has been spreading through the entire Soviet edu- 
cational fabric." On the other hand, in the United States we have been able to 
maintain the delicate economic balance necessary between the technological and 
the humanitarian. Perhaps we could now increase our emphasis on the sciences 
slightly, but a complete change would unquestionably be destructive rather than 
constructive. 

Therefore, let us demand that our country concentrate on the sciences enough 
to maintain peace through a balance of power, but only as a temporary meas- 
ure. At this same time, we should attempt to regain our enthusiasm for the 
humanities, our desire for peace, and the tolerance for the customs and beliefs of 
other countries. For if we attain an understanding of the nations of the world; if 
we can fully realize what problems they face and under what handicaps they 
labor; then, perhaps, our judgment of these nations will be more accurate. 

Hence , if the United States can achieve these goals, then no longer will 
there be any need for a struggle for world supremacy. Every advance by an 
individual nation will then serve as a step forward for the whole world; it will be a 
link in unity, binding all nations to peace and serenity. 



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HONOR ROLL 



HIGH HONORS 

Katherine Batchelder 
Eleanor May Blenis 
Ann Loraine Doucette 
Ray Thomas Granai 
Jane Hanabury 
Cynthia Ellen Johnston 
Peter Alex Luoma 



HONORS 



Susan Emerson Allen 


Doris Evelyn Hollis 


Jane Avis Barranco 


Patricia Louise Jack 


Joseph Ralph Brigham 


Eric Ross Johnson 


James Richard Brown 


Richard Reino Laine 


Mary Janet Burke 


Lois Ann Leavitt 


Elizabeth Agnes Byberg 


Nancy Allayne Lee 


Joan Elizabeth Carroll 


Patricia Leone 


George Arthur Christensen 


Dianne MacKinnon 


Priscilla Jean Donaldson 


Richard Blackwell Matson 


Nancy Elizabeth Elliott 


Mary Patricia O'Connell 


Susan Deretha Elms 


Judith Gail O'Neill 


Paula Feeney 


Diane Marian Pannier 


Marilyn Lesley Fulton 


Pamela Jeanne Pray 


Janet Elaine Garofalo 


Paul Edmund Robitaille 


Robert Weston Gill 


Kaye Elaine Saraceno 


Kenneth Arthur Hawes 


Carol Ellen Tonsing 


William Carroll Hay 


Thomas Francis Winkler 


Joan Elaine Hollander 


Sheila Ann Woodworth 



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RUSSELL AHEARN Russ 

East Weymouth Carpenter 

Birthday: March 12, 1940 
Pastime: Sports 

Honors 11; Student Council 11, 12; 
Student Marshal 11, 12; Open House 10; 
Senior Play 1 I . 



SANDRA UNS1 II 

East Weymouth 



S.inJs 

Model 



Birthday: June 28, IV (0 
Pastime: Cooking. Sewing 

Home Room Messenger 12. Typewriting 
Certificate 52, 11. Choir 10. 11. 12: 
South Eastern Music Festival 10. 11; 
Miss Benson's Assistant 10, 11. 12; 
Fashion Show 10. 11; Spring Concert 
10. 11; Winter Concert 10. 11; Christmas 
Assembly 11. 12; Thanksgiving Assembly 
10; Memorial Day Assembly 10. 11. 



ROBERT AI.DR1CH Bob 

North Weymouth U. S. Navy 

Birthday: July 28. 1940 
Pastime: Swimming 

Mathematics Club 12; Spring Track 11; 
Open House 1 1 . 



ALAN ALEMIAN AJ 

East Weymouth Physicist 

Birthday: March 4. 1941 
Pastime: Fishing 

Honors 10; A. V. Club 10. 12; Lab 

Assistant 12; Senior Nominating 12; 

Football Assembly 10; Class Banquet 12; 
Farewell Assembly 11. 



DIANA ALEMIAN 

East Weymouth Medical Secretary 

Birthday: August 31. 1940 
Pastime: Bowling 

Honors 1 1 ; Reflector Literary Staff 1 1 . 
12; Latin Certificate of Honorable Merit 
1 0; Spanish Club Vice President 11; Pep 
Club 12; Who's Who Committee 12; 
Class Dues Collector 12; Basketball 10. 
11; Badminton 10, 11. 



LEO ALERDING 

South Weymouth Mechanical Engineer 

Birthday: March 20. 1941 
Pastime: Bowling 

Sacred Heart High School 10: Lab Assist- 
ant 11. 




SUSAN ALLEN 



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Weymouth Heights 

Foreign Trade Secretary 

Birthday: October 3. 1940 
Pastime: Telev.sion 

Cap and Gown Committee 12: Library 
Club 10. II. 12; Library Club Secretary 
II; Spanish Club II. 12: Honors II: 
Reflector Advertising Staff 11; Latin Cer- 
tificate of Honorable Merit 10: Lab Assist- 
ant II. Choir 10; Basketball 10: Volley 
ball 10. Spring Concert 10. 



1 1 SSU VMM RSON Sn 

North Weymouth Secretary 

Birthday April 18. 1939 
Pattitnt Bowling 



K V I I II KIM VMM RSON Kjth> 

East Weymouth Secretary 

Birthday August 16. 1940 
Pastime Skating 

Future Nurses 10. Home Room Messenger 
10; Senior Party 12. 



VV II I I AM ANDERSON Andy 

North Weymouth Shop Owner 

Birthday: April 18. 1939 
Pastime: Sports 

Student Marshal II. 12, Senior Play 11. 
12. Honors 11; Open House 10; Senior 
Prom 12. 



FRANCIS ANGL1N Frank 

Weymouth Landing Engineer 

Birthday: September 29. 1939 
Pastime: Studying 



MARVELLEN ANGL1N Toots 

Weymouth Teacher 

Birthday: February 16. 1941 
Pastime: Sports 

Sacred Heart High School 10: Basketball 
II; Choir 11; Farewell Assembly 11: Pep 
Club 12; Senior Parry 12. 



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VLICE APPLE TON 

East Weymouth 



Airline Hostess 



Birthday: August 5. 1940 
Pastime: Home Work 

Mr. Drakes Secretary 12; Typewriting 
Certificate 52, 11; Gregg Transcription 
Certificate 60. 80. 11; Who's Who 12; 
Future Business Leaders 11, 12; Basket- 
ball 10; Badminton 11; Fashion Show 10. 
11. 



EVERETT APPLETON 

Weymouth State Trooper 



Birthday: September 
Pastime: Sports 



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Basketball 10: Typewriting Certificate 48. 
11. 



CATHERINE AuCOIN Kjthv 

East Weymouth Secretary- 
Birthday: September 19, 1939 
Pastime: Dancing 

Pep Club 12; Farewell Assembly 11: 
Thanksgiving Assembly 12; Student Coun- 
cil Assembly 1 1 ; Future Business Leaders 
12; Sophomore Parry 10; Junior Party 11: 
Tennis 10. 11; Badminton 10. 11; Soft- 
ball 10, 11; Volleyball 10. 11: Fashion 
Show 10; Typewriting Certificate 51. 12. 







SANDRA BARNES Sandy 

East Weymouth Undecided 

Birthday: February 11, 1941 
Pastime: Singing 

Choir 10, 11, 12; Christmas Assembly 
10, 12; South Eastern Music Festival 10. 
11; Miss Benson's Assistant 10, 11, 12; 
Fashion Show 10; Spring Concert 10, 11; 
Winter Concert 10, 11; Thanksgiving 
Assembly 10. 



JANE BARRANCO 

North Weymouth Electrical Engineer 

Birthday: May 7, 1941 
Pastime: Talking on the phone 

Senior Play Selection 12; Honors 11, 
Choir 1 1 ; Latin Certificate of Superior 
Merit 10; Basketball 10; Badminton 10; 
Volleyball 10. 



DAVID BARRY 

Weymouth 



Dave 
Cabinetmaker 



Birthday: July 5. 1940 
Pastime: Ice Skating 

Class Vice-president Vocational School 12; 
Student Council 11, 12; Student Marshal 
11, 12; Hockey Co-captain 10. 11, 12; 
Junior Usher 11; Honors 10. 11; Thanks- 
giving Assembly 12; Junior-Senior Assem- 
bly 11; Open House 10, 11; Choir 12; 
Rotary Guest 12. 



BRUCE AVERY 

Weymouth Landing Business Executive 

Birthday: April 13. 1940 

Pastime: Being good school citizen! 

Class President 1 1 ; Good Government Day 
Representative 12; Rotary Guest 12; Moral 
and Spiritual Values 12: Senior Play 12; 
Student Marshal 11, 12; Yearbook Home 
Room Representative 12; Junior Usher II; 
Junior Parry 11: Open House 12: Fare- 
well Assembly 11; Sports Assembly 12: 
Football 10. 



CAROLE BABCOCK 

South Weymouth Secretary- 
Birthday: January 10, 1941 
Pastime: Being merry! 

Milton High School 10; Softball 10, 11; 
Field Hockey 10. 11. 



RICHARD BANCROFT Dick 

East Weymouth Engineer 

Birthday: October 13, 1940 
Pastime: Sports 

Cap and Gown 1 2. 







KATHERINE BATCHELDER Tucket 



Weymouth Landing 



Medical Secretary 



Birthday: January 22, 1941 
Pastime: Being busy! 

Cheerleader 12; Student Council 12; High 
Honors 10, 11; Junior Moral and Spiritual 
Values 10, 11. 12; Reflector Literary Staff 
II, Senior Play Production 12; Monday 
Club Honorary Member 12: Farewell 
Assembly 11; Junior Nominating 11; Latin 
Certificate of Honorable Merit 10, of 
Superior Merit 1 1 . 



LI IRA BELL 

Weymouth Landing Model 

Birthday: July 3, 1940 
Pastime: Being social 

Student Council Assembly 1 1; Junior Party 
II; Sophomore Party 10; Farewell Assem- 
bly II; Thanksgiving Assembly 12; Pep 
Club 12; Door Decorating 10. 



MICHAEL BERMINGHAM Mike 

East Weymouth Auto Mechanic 

Birthday: November 14, 1938 
Pastime: Working 

Student Council 12; Open House 11. 



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BARBARA BERNARD Barbie 

Weymouth Landing Artist 

Birthday: May 6, 1940 
Pastime: Photography, Sewing 

Reflector Art Staff 10. 11; Reflector Art 
Editor 12; Library Club 11, 12; Library 
Club President 11; Library Assistant 10; 
Camera Club Treasurer 10; Spanish Club 
11, 12; Farewell As«embly 11: Hyvoc 
Guzette Art Staff 10; Hyvoc Gazette Cir- 
culation Staff 10. 



ROBI IU 151. A NCI I AKI) Bob 

East Weymouth Carpenter 

Birthday: May 17. 1940 
Pastime: Cars 

Open House 11; Student Marshal 12; 
Senior Play 1 1 . 



THOMAS BLEAKNBY Clem 

North Weymouth Teacher 

Birthday: April 20. 1940 
Pastime: Sports 

Spring Track 10, 11: Winter Track II. 
12; Cross Country 11. 12; Reflector Boys' 
Sports Editor 12; Rotary Guest 12. Fare- 
well Assembly 1 1 ; ( lass Motto 1 1 ; Junior 
Nominating 1 I . 



ELEANOR HI I NIS 



South Weymouth 



Secretary 



Birthday: October 5. 19-10 
Pastime: Sewing. Photography 

Typewriting Certificate S6. 11; Gregg 
Transcription Certificate 60, K0. 1 I ; Mr. 
Dwyer's Secretary 11. 12; High Honors 
10; Honors II; Reflector Literary Staff 11; 
Lunch Room Cashier 10, 11. 12; Fashion 
Show 10. 11; Badminton 10. 11: Basket- 
ball 10. 11; Field Hockey 10. 11; Volley- 
ball 10. 11; Softball 10. 11. 



JOANNE BOND Jo 

Weymouth Landing L ! ndecided 

Birthday: March 28, 1941 
Pastime: Being busy! 

Honors 10: Latin Certificate of Honorable 
Merit 10; Pep Club 12; Math Club 12: 
Dramatic Club 11: Badminton 10, 11: 
Volleyball 10. 11; Softball 10. 11. 



JUDITH BOND 



Judy- 
Secretary 



Weymouth Landing 

Birthday: March 28. 1941 
Pastime: Dancing. Ice Skating 
Mr. Martin's Secretary 12: Gregg Tran- 
scription Certificate 60, 1 1 : Typewriting 
Certificate 48, 1 1 : Future Business Lead- 
ers 12; Football Assembly 12; Pep Club 
12: Badminton 10; Volleyball 10. 




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MARYLIN BOND 

Weymouth Landing 



Mai 

IBM Operator 



Birthday: January 4, 1940 
Pastime: Bowling 



Pep Club 12. 



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Jackie 



South Weymouth Surgeon 
Birthday: December 14. 1940 
Pastime: Writing to New York 

Student Council 11. 12; Good Citizen 10; 
Reflenor 10. 11. 12; Reflector Secretary 
12; Senior Play 12; Senior Play Produc- 
tion 12; Hyioi Gazette Literary Editor 
Id Latin Certificate of Superior Merit 
10, of Honorable Merit 11; Home Room 
Messenger 10. 11; Farewell Assembly 1 1 ; 
Student Marshal II. 12; Pep Club 12; 
Honors 1 1 . 



\\N ItOKKIN 

North Weymouth 



Porky 

Sec retary 



Birthday February 19. 19)1 
Pastime: Listening to the radio 

Badminton 10; Softball 10; Basketball 10; 
Volleyball 10. 



(.1 K \l DINI IUM DRI-Al Gerry 

Weymouth Landing Hairdresser 

Birthday: February 24. 1941 
Pastime Marching in drill team 

Home Room Messenger 12; Basketball 
10: Softball 10. 



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Bob 



South Weymouth 



Electrical Engineer 



Eirthday: September 14. 1940 
Pastime: Music 

Honors 10: Band 10. It J Orchestra 10. 
11. 12: New England Music Festival II: 
Lirin Certificate of Superior Merit 10; 
of Honorable Merit 1 1 ; Junior-Senior 
Assembly 1 I ; Chorus 1 I ; Music Assembly 
10. 11. 12. 




LORRAINE BOL.TILIER Lome 

North Weymouth Secretary 

Eirthday: September 18. 1940 
Pastime: Bowling 

Fashion Show 1 0: Typewriting Certificate 

16. 11. 



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JOSEPH BRIGHAM Joe 

Whitman Machinist 

Birthday: September 29. 1940 
Pastime: Working on my car 

Student Marshal 11, 12; Open House 10. 
11. 12; Boys Chorus 12: Honors 10. 11. 



JAMES BROWN 

East Weymouth 



Jin. 

Engineer 



Birthday: September 18. 1940 
Pastime: Sports 

Honors 10, 11; Junior Moral and Spirit- 
ual Values 12; Student Marshal 12; Foot- 
ball 10. 11, 12; Spring Track 10. 11. 12; 
Winter Track 11, 12; Sophomore Nomi- 
nating 10; Junior L'sher 11; Junior Party 
1 1 ; Senior Party 1 2. 



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WILLIAM CADORETTE Bill 

North Weymouth Shop Owner 

Birthday: June 6. 1939 
Pastime: Roller skating 

Senior Play 10, 11; Honors 10; Student 
Marshal 11; Student Government 11, 12. 



DAVID CAIN Dave 

Weymouth Landing Engineer 

Birthday: February 28, 1941 
Pastime: Making money! 

Football 10. 



ROV Bl RCHSTED Bergie 

North Weymouth Printer 

Birthday: October 3. 1940 
Pastime: Bowling 

Choir 12; Printing Open House 11. Open 
House 10. 11. 



MARY BI RKE 

South Weymouth 



Jan 

IBM Operator 



Birthday: January 23, 1941 
Pastime: Roller skating 

Honors 10; High Honors 11; Typewriting 
Certificate 52, 11; Mr. Whitmore s Sec- 
retary 12; Pep Club 12; Fashion Show 
10. 11. 



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GAIL CAMPBELL 

East Weymouth Airline Hostess 

Birthday: February 2, 1941 
Pastime: Listening to records 

Latin Certificate of Honorable Merit 10; 
Cap and Gown 12; Reflector Advertising 
Staff 12; Hyvoc Gazelle 11; Future Teach- 
ers 12; Spanish Club 11; Pep Club 12; 
Volleyball 10; Basketball 10; Badminton 
10. 



HELEN CANALE 

North Weymouth Secretary 

Birthday: July 28. 1940 
Pastime: Art. Music, Sports 

Miss Flaherty's Secretary 11, 12; Gregg 
Transcripton Certificate 60, 11; Type- 
writing Certificate 51, 11; Pep Club 12; 
Softball 10, 11; Christmas Assembly 12; 
Choir 10. 11; Basketball 12; Badminton 
10; Volleyball 10. 



ROBERT Bl RNHAM Bob 

No th Weymouth Salesman 

Firthd y: August 27. 1940 
Pastime: Driving my car 



ROBERT CAREY Bob 

East Weymouth Undecided 

Birthday: January 6, 1939 
Pastime: Cars 



ELIZABETH BYBERG Betty 

North Weymouth Secretary 

Birthday: December 5, 1940 
Past me: Reading, Sewing 

Honors 10. 11: Mr. Nelson's Secret lry II. 
12; Class Dues Collector 12; Fashion 
Show 10; Gregg Transcription Ce-tificate 
60, 11; 80, 12; Typewriting Certificate 
54. 11; Morning Devotions 12: Attend- 
ance Slips 12; Badminton 10; Basketball 
10. Volleyball 10. 





BARBARA CARLSON 

North Weymouth 



Barbs 
Airline Hostess 



Birthday: December 20, 1940 
Pastime: Dancing 

Senior Prom 12; Pep Club 12; Thanks- 
giving Assembly 12; Christmas Assembly 
10, 12; Junior Party 11: Choir 10; 
Basketball 11. 12; Badminton 11; Soft- 
ball 11; Field Hockey 10. 



JUDITH CARPENTER Judy 

East Weymouth Teacher 

Birthday: January 4, 19-11 
Pastime: Listening to the radio 

Spanish Club 11; Pep Club 12; Refleeior 
Advertising 11; Hyioc Gazelle 11; Basket- 
ball 10; Tennis 10; Volleyball 10; Bad 
minton 10; Softball 10. 




IHK.I I'S (II \S1 

Weymouth Heights 



Rog 

Tcai her 



Birthday December 26. 1940 
Pastime: Skiing 

Christmas Assembly 12. Class Motto 11. 

Senior Play 12, Cap and Gown 12. Math 

Club 12: Dramatic Club 10. 11. Key 
Club 12. 



JOAN CARROLL Joanic 

Weymouth Landing Dental Hygienist 

Birthday: March J, 1940 
Pastime: Being busy! 

Class Treasurer 11; Senior Play 12; 
Honors 10, 11; Cheerleader 12. Thanks 
giving Assembly 10. 12; Student Council 
12; Chairman Junior Moral and Spiritual 
Values 12; Re lienor Literary Staff 11: 
Latin Certificate of Honorable Merit 10. 
Farewell Assembly II. Spanish Club Sec 
rctary I 1 . Home Room Messenger 1 0. 




JANET CH1SMOLM 

South Weymouth 

Birthday: June 6. 1940 
Pastime- lie skating 

Honors 10. 



Buyer 



LOIS I MM so 



Weymouth 

Birthdaj 
Pastime 



Loie 

Undecided 



May 30. 1940 
Listening to records 



Honors 10. 11; Sophomore Nominating 
10; Junior Nominating 11. Senior Nom- 
inating 12: Who's Who 12; Spanish 
Club 11; Pep Club 12, Junior-Senior 
Assembly 11; Class Banquet 12: Basket- 
ball 10; Volleyball 10; Field Hockey 10; 
Tennis 10. 



PATRICIA CAVANAUGH Pai 

East Weymouth Teacher 

Birthday: February V 19-tl 
Pastime: Roller skating 

Gregg Transcription Certificate 60. 1 I ; 

Typewriting Certificate 46, 11; Mr. 

Kearns's Secretary 11. 12; Reflector Ad- 



vertising Editor 12 
Senior Banquet 12: 
Badminton 11. 12; 
Field Hockey 10. II 



12. Volleyball 10. 11. 12. 



Yearbook Staff 
Future Teachers 
Basketball I 1 . 
12; Softball 10. 



SARA CAZEAULT Sai 

North Weymouth X Ray Technician 

Birrhday: February 12. 1941 
Pastime: Pool 

Senior Prom 12; Refleaor Literary Staff 
11; Pep Club 12; Farewell Assembly 11; 
Thanksgiving Assembly 12: Play Reading 
12: Senior Play Production 12: Junior 
Party 11; Senior Party 12; Badminton 10. 
11: Basketball 10. 11. 12; Volleyball 10. 
1 1 : Senior Reception 1 1 ; Victory Dance 
10. 11; Spring Fling 11. 



PHYLLIS CHASE Phyl 
Weymouth Secretary- 
Birthday: November 13, 1940 
Pastime: Singing, Playing the piano 

Typewriting Certificate 71, II: Gregg 
Transcription Certificate 80, 1 1 ; Mr. 
Lyond s Secretary 11, 12; Chorus 10; 
Fashion Show 10, 11; South Eastern Music 
Festival 10; Spring Concert 10; Winter 
Concert 10; Thanksgiving Assembly 10: 
Memorial Dav Assembly 10. Music Assem- 
bly 10. 







<,l OIU.I CHRIS I I N SI N Hornet 

Weymouth Landing Business Executive 

Birthday September 9. 1940 
Pastime Sports 

Baseball 10. II; Basketball 10; Honors 
10. II; Student Marshal II. 12. Fare 
well Assembly 1 2. 



ROBERTA CHl'RCH 

South Weymouth 



Bobbie 

IBM Operator 



Birthday July 14. 1940 
Pastime: Music 

Orchestra 10. II. 12: Band 10. 11. 12: 
South Eastern Music Festival 10. 11. 12; 
Choir 11. Winter Concert 10. 11; Spring 
Concert 10. 11. 12. 



MICHAEL CICCHESE Mike 

East Weymouth Aviation Mechanic 

Birthday: August 20. 1940 
Pastime: Basketball 

Basketball 10; Farewell Assembly 11; 
Thanksgiving Assembly 12: Senior Re- 
ception 11: Senior Prom 12; Senior Party 
1 2 ; Sophomore Party' 1 0. 



RICHARD CICCHESE Scarnic 

East Weymouth Printer 

Birthday: April 25. 1940 
Pastime: Trucks 

Open House 10: Vocational School Talent 
Show 11; Football 10: Basketball 10: 
Sophomore Parry 10: Junior Parry 11: 

Chorus 12. 



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JOAN CIRIGLIANO Joanie 

East Weymouth Secretary 

Birthday: June 26. 1940 
Pastime: Dancing 

Honors 10: Pep Club 12: Business Club 
11; President Business Club 12; Reflector 
Advertising Staff 12; Mr. Kearns's Sec- 
retary 12; Sophomore Party 10; Thanks- 
giving Rally 1 2 : Autumn Leaves Decorat- 
ing 11. Jack O Lantern Jump II; Spring 
Fling 11; Typewriting Certificate 52. 11: 
Gregg Transcription Certificate 60. 1 1 . 



Jl'DYTHE CLARKE Judv 

East Weymouth Airline Hostess 



Birthday: December 2" 
Pastime: Dancing 



1940 



Honors 1 1 ; Greeg Transcription Certificate 
60. 80. 11; 100. 12; Typewriting Certifi- 
cate 50. 11; Mrs. Masters's Secretarv 
12; Pep Club 12; Future Business 
Leaders 11, 12; Dramatic Club 10; 
Softball 10. 11; Basketball 10. 12: Bad- 
minton 11; Fashion Show 10; Jack 
O' Lantern Jump II. 



DONALD CODY Don 

Weymouth Landing Accountant 

Birthday: July 15. 1940 
Pastime : Sports 

Basketball 10. II, 12 Senior Play 12; 
Junior Usher 1 1 ; Junior Nominating 1 1 ; 
Student Marshal 1 2 Typewriting Certifi- 
cate 46. 11. 



MARYELLEN COLLINS Ronnie 

South Weymouth Secretary- 
Birthday: February 9, 1941 
Pastime: Dancing 

Our Ladv of Presentation Academy 10. 
11. 



MARGARET COMEAU Peg 

East Weymouth Secretary 

Eirthday: September 5. 1940 
Pastime: Bowling 

Typewriting Certificate 46, 11; Fishion 
Show 10. 11; Senior Play Usher 12. 



JANICE COMERY 
East Weymouth 



Jan 

IBM Operator 



Birthday: February 28. 1941 
Past me: Driving a car 

Reflector Secretary 12: Typewriting Cer- 
tificate 46. 1 1 ; Junior Nominating 1 1 : 
Thanksgiving Assembly 10. 12; Christmas 
Assembly 10: Easter Assembly 10; Fashion 
Show 10. 11; Pep Club 12; Choir 10. 11: 
Lunch Room Assistant 1 0: Spring Concert 
10; Winter Concert 10; New England 
Music Festival 10. 




DIANNE CONTOIS 

East Weymouth 

Birthday: March 20, 1941 
Pastime: Bowling 

Fashion Show 10, 11. 



Diaiinc 
Secretary 



LAURA CONWAY 

South Weymouth Typist 

Birthday: September 17, 1940 
Pastime: Dancing 

Senior Play Usher 12; Fashion Show 10; 
Badminton 10; Basketball 10; Volleyball 
10; Attendance Slips 12. 



JOHN COSTA Jack 

North Weymouth Undecided 

Birthday: April 19. 1940 
Pastime: Music 

Student Marshal 12; Band 12; Senior Party 
12; Junior Party 11; Sophomore Party 10. 



VICKI ANN COULSEY Me 

East Weymouth Hair Stylist 

Birthday: October 23, 1940 
Pastime: Reading 

Senior Play Selection 12; Junior Party 
11; Choir 10, 11; South Eastern Music 
Festival 10. 11; Christmas Assembly 10, 
11. 12; Thanksgiving Assembly 10, 11; 
Easter Assembly 10, 11; Victory Dance 
10; Fashion Show 10; Spring Concert 10, 
11; Winter Concert 10, 11; Badminton 
10; Basketball 10. 11; Field Hockey 10; 
Volleyball 10, 11. 



CHARLES COWING Charlie 

East Weymouth Sheet Metal Worker 

Birthday: May 9. 1939 
Pastime: Repairing motors 

Cap and Gown 12; Football 10; Open 
House 10, 11; Choir 12. 



SLJSAN CROOKER Sue 

North Weymouth College 

Birthday: June 4. 1940 
Pastime: Bowling 

Junior Party 11; Student Council 10: 
Reflector Literary Staff 1 1 ; Farewell Assem- 
bly 11; Dramatic Club 10. 11; Pep Club 
12; Volleyball 10. Badminton 10: Field 
Hockey 10; Lunch Room Cashier 10; 
Choir 1 1 . 



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DAVID CROWD] R 

East Weymouth 



Plaid 

Garage Ownei 



Birthday: August 16. 1939 
Pastime: Work.ng 



VALERIE CI I. PON Y..I 

Weymouth Secretary 

Birthday: June 22. 19 Ki 
Pastime: Horseback riding 

Gregg Transcription Certificate 60, 12; 
Honors 11; Typewriting Certificate 56. 
12; Mr. Longridge's Secretary II. 12; 
Who's Who 12; Future Business Leaders 
II; Open House 10. Hw«, U.^tn 1(1, 
11; Senior Reception 11; Farewell Assem- 
bly II; Victory Dance 11. 12; You Were 
There Assembly I 1 ; Fashion Show 1 0. 



JUDITH CURTIS Jnds 

East Weymouth Designer ( Draft. ng i 

Birthday: December 20. 1910 
Pastime: Art 

Student Council II; Student Marshal 12. 
Senior Play Production 12. Spanish Club 
Treasurer I 1 ; Junior-Senior Assembly I 1 . 
Who's Who 12; New England Mulit 
Festival 10. South Eistcrn Mumi Festi 
val 10. II; Home Room Messenger I I ; 
Choir 10. 11. 




SALLY CUSHING 

No-fh Weymouth Secretary 

Birthday: April JO, 1941 
Pastime: Bowling, Reading 

Milton High School 10; Gregg Transirip- 
tion Certificate 60, 11; 80. 11; Type- 
writing Certificate 60. 11; Mr. Cleaves s 
Secretary II. 12. 



NORM \\ 1) AKIN 

East Weymouth 1 

Birthday: May 16. 1940 
Pastime: Radio 

Lab Assistant 12; Football 10. 



Bert 

S. Navy 



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JOHN DALY 
Weymouth Landing 



Butch 

Sheet Metal Worker 



Birthday July I }, 1939 
Pastime Motorcycles 

Who s Who 12. 



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Weymouth 



Lyn 

Sc tetars 



Eirthday: May 25. 1940 
Pastime: Studying 

Ktfltiior Art Staff 10. II. 12: Student 
Marshal II, 12: Miss Whites Secretary 
II. 12; Pep Club 12; Future Business 
Leaders 12. Honors 10. Gregg Transcrip- 
tion Certificate 60. II; 80. 12. Type 
writing Certificate 55. 11; 64, 12; Senior 
Reicption II; Camera Club 10. Bad- 
minton 10. Volleyball 10. 



\l I RID DANKHY 

South Weymouth 

Birthday March 16. 1940 
Pastime Sports 

Basketbjll 10. Cross Country 10. 



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Sourh Weymouth 

Birthday: May 2. 1940 
Pastime: Sports 



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Gl Y DAVIS 

South Weymouth 

Birthday: July 2}. 1939 
Pastime: Social activities 



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NI-WMAN I) M.I Y 



Newt 



Weymouth Landing 

U. S. Naval Metal Smith 

Birthday: August 8, 1939 
Pastime: Motorcycles 

Senior Party 12. 





HARRIET DELORY Tootsie 

North Weymouth Secretary- 
Birthday: October 25. 1938 
Pastime: Writing letters 

Typewriting Certificate 56, 11; Fashion 
Show 10. 



DIANE DELORV Di 

Weymouth Teacher 

Birthday. July 22. 1940 
Pastime: Dancing 

Reflector Art Staff 11; Cap and Gown 12; 
Thanksgiving Assembly 1 1 ; Senior Recep- 
tion 11; Badminton 10; Softball 10; 
Basketball 10; Volleyball 10. 12. 



SHEILA DENNEHY 

Wevmouth 



Secretary 



Birthday: November 24. 1940 
Pastime: Dancing 

Mrs. Ritchie s Secretary 12; Pep Club 12; 
Basketball 10. 11; Badminton 10; Volley- 
ball 10: Softball 11. 



NICHOLAS DeTOMA 

East Wevmouth 



Nick 
Truck Driver 



Birthday: March 22. 1941 
Pastime: Working on my car 

Student Marshal 11. 12; Open House 
Guide 10. 11. 12; Boys' Chorus 12. 
Christmas Play 1 2. 



EDWARD DEVINE 

No-th Weymouth 



Andy- 
Auto Mechanic 



Birthday: November 25. 1940 
Pastime: Working 



Choir 12. 



VICKER DiGRAVIO Vic 

East Weymouth Teacher 

Birthday: July 23. 1940 
Pastime: Sports 

Senior Party 12; Baseball 10. 11, 12. 
Basketball 10, 11, 12; Football 10, 11. 
12; Football Co-Captain 12; Farewell As 
sembly 11: Student Marshal 11, 12; Open 
House 11; Senior Play Costume 12; Foot- 
ball Rally 11. 12; Morning Devotions 10. 
11. 








I'RISCTLLA DONALDSON 

East Weymouth Secretary 
Birthday: February 24, 1941 
Pastime: Eating 
Student Marshal 12; Senior Nominating 
12; Class Banquet 12; Honors 10, 11; 
Gregg Transcription Certificate 60. 80, 
11; Typewriting Certificate 52, 11; Mr. 
Raymond's Secret iry 11, 12; Thanksgiv- 
ing Rally 12; Futu:e Business Leaders 11; 
Reflector Advert sing Staff 11; Hyvoc 
Guzetle 1 1 ; Victory Dance 1 1 . 



WILLIAM DONOVAN 



Dogie 



South Weymouth 

Agricultural Field Representative 

Birthday: January 30, 1940 
Pastime: Horseback riding 

F.F.A. President 12; Honors 10. 



RICHARD DOREY 

North Weymouth 



Dick 

Business Executive 



Birthday: August 6, 1940 
Pastime: Sports 

Class Vice-President 10, 11, 12; Foot- 
ball 10, 11, 12; Winter Track 10. 11. 
12; Spring Track 10, 11, 12; junior 
Usher 11; Student Marshal 10. 11. 12; 
Junior Moral and Spiritual Values 12; 
Rotary Guest 12; Farewell Assembly 11. 



ANN DOUCETTE 

South Weymouth Teacher 

Birthday: July 26, 1940 
Pastime: Skating 

High Honors 11; Honors 10; Latin Cer- 
tificate of Honorable Merit 10; Home 
Room Messenger 12; Junior Nominating 
II: Senior Nominating 12; Class Banquet 
12; Reflector Art Staff 12; Future Teach- 
ers Club 11, 12; Pep Club 12; Spanish 
Club II; Christmas Assembly 10; Junior 
Moral and Spiritual Values 10. 



WILLIAM DOW 

South Weymouth 



Bill 

Design Engineer 



Birthday: January 15, 1941 
Pastime: Hunting, Fishing 

Class Dues Collector 12; Honors 10. 



ELAINE DiTOMMASO Dee 

North Weymourh Secretary 

Birthday: February 11, 1941 
Pastime: Dancing 

Mr. Lyons's Office 11; Pep Club 12; 
Football Assembly II, 12; Autumn 
Leaves 1 1 ; Spring Fling 1 1 ; Sophomore 
Party 10; Gregg Transcription Certifi- 
cate 60, 1 1 ; Typewriting Certificate 52. 
II; liS. 12. 




DAVID DOWST 

North Weymouth 



Geologist 



Birthday: December 22. 1939 
Pastime: Wrestling 

Cross Country 11, 12; Spring Track 11 
12; Winter Track 11, 12. 



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JOHN DUFFY 

Easi Weymouth 



Dufl 

Aviation Technician 



Birthday: Octobei 29. 1940 
Pastime: Model airplanes 

A.V. Club 12; Typewriting Certificate 55. 
1 1 . 



ROj I \ ION 

South Weymouth Accountant 

Birthday: July 9. 1940 
Pastime Howling 

A.V. Club 10. II. 12; Winter Track 10; 
Spring Track 10; Cross Country 10; Key 
Club 10. 11. 



NANCY ELLIOTT 
South Weymouth 



I t ai Ik r 



Birthday: December II. 1940 
Pastime: Music 

Future Teachers 11, 12; Refletior Literary 
Staff 10. 11; Choir 10. 11, 12; Band II. 
12; Orchestra 11. 12; South Eastern 
Music Festival 10. II. 12; Latin Certifi- 
cate of Honorable Merit 10. II; Hyvoi 
Gazelle 11; Christmas Assembly 12: 
Thanksgiving Assembly 10. II. Memorial 
Day Assembly 11; Volleyball 10. 



SUSAN ELMS 
Weymouth Landing 



Sue 
Teacher 



Birthday: May 28. 19-U) 
Pastime: Music 

Honors 10, 11; Latin Certificate of Honor- 
able Merit 1 0; of Superlative Merit 1 1 : 
Orchestra 10. 11. 12; New England Music 
Festival 10. 11; South Eastern Music Fes- 
tival 10, 11, 12; Choir 10. 11; Re flee lor 
Literary Staff 1 1; Future Teachers Club 12. 
Thanksgiving Assembly 10. 11. Memorial 
Day Assembly 11; Basketball 10. 



THOMAS EM ANUELLO Tom 

East Weymouth Auto Mechanic 

Birthday: May 6, 1940 
Pastime: Eating 

Cap and Gown 12; Student Marshal 12; 
Open House 1 0. 



ANTHONY FACELLA 



Tony 



South Weymouth 

Birthday: May 25, 
Pastime: Cars 



Auto Mechanic 
1940 




Wil l i \M I UK II WKS 



Weymouth 



Coist Guard Officer 



Birthday: February 20. 1941 
Pastime: Eoats 

Rotary Guest 10. 11. 12; A.V. Club 10; 
Senior Play 12. Honors 10; Christmas 
Assembly 10. 



( \KOI FAY 

Weymouth Secretary 

Birthday January -t. 1941 
Pastime Dancing 

Mr. Nelson's Secretary 11. 12; Gregg 
'I ^inscription Certificate 60. 80. II; 100. 
12. Honors 10. II. Pep Club 12; Future 
Business Leaders 1 1 . 



MARGARET FAY Peggy 

I im Weymouth Secretary 

Birthday April 29. 1940 
Pastime: Dancing 

Mr. Cleave*' s Secretary 11. 12; Crcgg 
Transcription Certificate 60. II. Typewrit- 
ing Certificate 18, II; Future Business 
Leaders II, 12; Yearbook Home Room 
Rt-pie^ntativc 12. lunior-Scnior Assembly 
II: Thanksgiving Rally 12; Junior Party 
II; Senior Party 12; Home Room Mes- 
senger 10. Pep Club 12; Fashion Show 



I'M I \ I I I M . 



Weymouth 



Teacher 



Birthday: December M), 1940 
Pastime: Dancing 

D A R. Candidate 12: Class Secretary 12: 
Reflector Editor-in-Chief 1 2; Reflector Lit- 
erati Staff II; Honors II; High Honors 
I 'I Latin Certificate of Honorable Merit 
10. Student Council 11, 12: Student 
Marshal II; Span sh Club II; Lab Assist- 
ant II; Hyvoi Gazelle 10; Sophomore 
Nominating 10; Open House 11, 12: Fare- 
well Assembly 1 1 . 



\NM I I I I 

South Weymouth Nurse 

Birthday: May 25, 1940 
Pastime: Bowling 

Dee-ring High School. Portland. Maine 
10: Senior Play Selection 12. 



THEODORE FIELD Thump 

Weymouth Heights Advertising 

Birthday: April 15. 1940 
Pastime: Sports 

Winter Track 11. 12: Sp'ine Track 10, 
11. 12: Senior Play 12: Student Marshal 
10. 11. 12: Reco-d Swing Disc Jockey 
12; Thanksgiving Assembly 12; Farewell 
Assembly II; Open House 10. 11. 12: 
Morning Devotions 10. 



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JANET FILES 

East W eymouth Secretary 

Birthday: February 7, 19-41 
Pastime: Dancing 

Who's Who 12; Thanksgiving Assembly 
12: Gregg Transcription Certificate 60, 80. 
11; 100, 12; Typewriting Certificate 53, 
11: Miss Stockwell's Secretiry 11. 12; Pep 
Club 12; Future Business Leaders Secre- 
tary 11; Fashion Show 10; Victory Dance 
1 1 ; Spring Fling 1 1 ; Jack O Lantern Jump 
11: Valent.ne Dance 11. 





JUDITH FLANDERS Judy 

East Weymouth Accountant 

Birthday: September 6. 1940 
Pastime: Dancing 

Weston High School 10, 11; Gregg Tran- 
scription Certificate 60, 11; Mr. Nelson's 
Secretary 12. 



PATRICIA FINCH Pat 

North Weymouth Secretary- 
Birthday: July 3, 1939 
Pastime: Ice skating 

George Washington High School, Los 
Angeles, California 11; Gregg Transcrip- 
tion Certificate 60. 1 1 . 




CATHERINE FLEMING Kathy 

East Weymouth Secretary 

Birthday: October 13, 1939 
Pastime: Dancing 

Gregg Transcription Certificate 60, 1 1 ; 
Mr. Mazzola's Secretary 11, 12; Reflector 
Literary Staff 1 1 ; Future Business Lead- 
ers 12; Dramatic Club 10; Fashion Show 
10; Badminton 10; Softball 10; Pep Club 
10; Volleyball 10. 



EVERETT FISHER Sonny 

South Weymouth Mechanic 

Birthday: August 12. 1939 
Pastime: Working 

Student Marshal 11. 12; Student Council 
11. 12. 



ROBERT FiSKE Bob 

Weymouth IBM Operator 

Birthday: April 7, 1939 
Pastime: Bowling 

Cap and Gown 12; Open House 10. 11. 



ROBERT F.TZGERALD Fitz 

Quincy Point Printer 

Birthday: November 18, 1939 
Pastime: Working 

Choir 12; Open House 11. 



JOSEPH F1TZSIMMONS Fitz 

South Weymouth Journalist 

Birthday: October 18. 1940 
Pastime: Sports 

Basketball 10. Baseball 10. 11. 12; Class 
Motto 1 1 : Farewell Assembly 1 1 . 








THOMAS FOLEY Tom 

Weymouth Landing Carpenter 

Birthday: July 2(1. 1939 
Pastime: Cars 

Open House 10; Senior Class Play Assem- 
bly 10; Student Marshal 11; Open House 
1 1 ; Senior Class Play Assembly 1 1 ; Stu- 
dent Marshal 12; Christmas Assembly 12; 
Open House 12. 



DAVID FOPIANO Dave 

South Weymouth Telephone Company 

Birthday: January 27, 1941 
Pastime: Roller skating 

Student Marshal 12; Junior-Senior Assem- 
bly 11. 



JAQUELYN FOSTER Jackie 

North Weymouth Airline Hostess 

Birthday: December 13, 1940 
Pastime: Basketball 

Lake Worth High School, Florida 10; 
Junior Party 11; Tennis 11; Home Room 
Messenger 11; Badminton 11. 



THOMAS FOSTER Tom 

Weymouth Scientist 

Birthday: May 27, 1941 
Pastime: Sports 

Student Marshal 12; Who's Who 12; 
Lab Assistant 1 1 . 



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ROBERT FRANK Bob 

South Weymouth Electrician 

Birthday: May 13. 1940 
Pastime: Bowling 

Football 10; Student Marshal 12. Fa-e 
well Assembly 11; Cap and Gown 12. 



JOSEP1 1 PRATES 

No-th Weymouth 



Joe 

Carpenter 



Birthday: December 23, 1939 
Pastime: Hunting. Fishing 

Student Marshal II. 12; Open House 10, 
11. 12; Senior Class Play Assembly 10. 
11, 12; Honors 1 0. 



BEVERLY IKIGI \l ■<<•* 

East Weymouth Undecided 

Birthday: April 8. 1940 
Pastime: Movies. Television 

Dramatic Club 10, II; Fashion Show 10; 
Gregg Transcription Certificate 60, II; 
Who's Who 12. 



MARILYN II I I ON 

Ease Weymouth 



Commercial Artist 



Birthday: June 21. 1940 
Pastime: Music 

Yearbook Art Editor 12; Senior Nominit- 
ing 12; Junior Moral and Spiritual Values 
10. 11. 12; Student Marshal 10. II. 12; 
Class Banquet 12; Reflector Art Staff 10. 
11; Lab Assistant 11: Honors 10. 11; 
Future Nurses 1 1 ; Spanish Club 1 1 : 
Lunch Room Cashier 10; Choir 10: South 
Eastern Music Festival 10; Senior Reccp 
rion 1 I . 



JAMES GAFFNEY Jim 

East Weymouth 

Professional Boy Scout Leader 
Birthday: July 19. 1938 
Pastime: Camping 

F.F.A. 10. 11. 12; A.V. 10. 11. 12. 



JOYCE GAGNON 

North Weymouth Secretary- 
Birthday: October 18. 1940 
Pastime: Listening to radio 

Reflector Secretary 11. 12: Gregg Tran- 
scription Certificate 60, 11; Typewriting 
Certificate 46, 1 1 ; Future Business Lead- 
ers 11; Lunch Room Assistant 10. 




PAI L GAMMELL 

South Weymouth Telephone Company 

Birrhday: October 20. 1940 
Pastime Spotts 

Baseball 10. II. 12: Basketball 10. II. 
12. Srudent Mar<hjl II. 12; Sophomore- 
Party 1 I . 



I II \ GARDNER 

South Weymouth 



Sec rctary 



Birthday: February 28. 194 1 
Pastime: Singing 

Gregg Transcription Certificate 60. 1 1 : 
80. 12. Typewriting Certificate 45. 11; 
Reflmor Secretary 12: Cap and Gown 12: 
Junior Party 11; Futu c Bus.ness Leaders 
12. Home Room Messenger 12; I'aJmin 
ron 10; Volleyball 10. 



| \ N I I (, \ROFALO 

South Weymouth X ray Technician 

Birthday October 9. 1940 
Pastime Bowling. Music 

Future Business Leaders Treasurer 1 1 ; 
( l.i" Banquet 12; Senior Nominating 12. 
Mr Kelly s Secretary 11. 12. Gregg Tran- 
scription Certificate 60. II. Typewriting 
( ertific ite $4. 11. Honors 10. 11; Basket 
hall II). Volleyball 10: Softball 10: Bad 
m nton 10. 



| Wll S (,IBS()N. Jr. Gibby 

Weymouth Landing Linotype Operator 

Birthday: April IV 1940 
I'aMimc Keeping busy and happy 

Winter Track 10. II. 12: Spring Track 
10, II. 12; Vocational School Secretary- 
Treasurer 12; Srudent Government Vice- 
Chairman II. 12: Srudent Marshal 11. 
12; Junior LIsher II; Class Dues Collector 
12: Senior Prom Committee 12; Open 
House 10. 11. 12: Yearbook Staff 12; 
Yearbook Home Room Represenrative 12. 



1)1 \NNI Gil BERTI Dedc 

North Weymouth Interior Decorator 

Firrhday: April 14. 1940 
Past me: Cooking 

Pe? Club 10; Office Helper 10; Fashion 

Show 10. 



Mayor 
Cabinetmaker 



ROBERT GILL 

North Weymouth 

Birthday: July 7. 1938 
Pastime: Bowling 



Student Council 11. 12; Srudent Marshal 
11. 12: Junior Parry 11: Senior Pirty 
12: Boys' Chorus 12: Honors 10. 11. 



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WIL.MA GILLESPIE 



East Weymouth 



Willy 



Birthday: October 14, 1940 
Pastime: Television 

Typewriting Certificate 48. 11: South 
Eastern Music Festival 10: Choir 10; Fash- 
ion Show 10; Memorial Day Assembly 10; 
Thanksgiving Assembly 10; Music Assem- 
bly 10: Spring Concert 10: Winrer Con- 
cert 10. 





RAY GRAN AI Tom 

Weymouth Landing Sports Announcer 

Birthday: May 1, 1940 
Pastime: Sports 

Baseball 10, 11, 12; Basketball 10; Foot- 
ball 10, 11, 12; Winter Track 11, 12; 
Football Assembly 11, 12; Junior Moral 
and Spiritual Values Assembly 11; Junior 
Usher 11; High Honors 10; Honors 11; 
Junior Nominating 11: Latin Certificate of 
Superior Merit 10; Lab Assistant 11, 12. 



ROBERT GILLIS Hoby 

Weymouth Landing Electronic Technician 

Birthday: March 11. 1939 
Pastime: Radio. Television 



JL'NE GOOUROW 

South Weymouth 



Secretary- 



Birthday: June 7, 1939 

Pastime: Listening to the radio 

Home Room Messenger 10; Basketball 10: 
Badminton 10. 



MARYLIN GORDON Mai 

South Weymouth Secretary 

Birthday: October 28. 1940 
Pastime: Music. Dancing 

Pep Club 12: Football Assembly 11, 12; 
Gregg Transcription Certificate 60. 1 1 ; 80. 
12; Miss Gloster s Secretary 12; Type- 
writing Certificate 72, 12; Sophomore 
Party 10; Honors 10. 






FRANK GRIGGS 

East Weymouth 



Griggsie 

Office Worker 



Birthday: July 29, 1940 
Pastime: Keeping busy 



Jan 

Secretary 



JANICE GROGAN 

North Weymouth 

Birthday: August 15. 1940 
Pastime: Roller skating 



Who's Who 12; Honors 10, 11; Type- 
writing Certificate 49, 11; Gregg Tran- 
scription Certificate 60, 80, 1 1 ; Miss 
Tourney's Secretary 11, 12; Softball 10. 



MAUREEN GRONDIN Rene 

East Weymouth Bookkeeper 

Birthday: September 2, 1940 
Pastime: Listening to the radio 

Typewritng Certificate 47, 11; Fashion 
Show 10; Miss Benson's Assistant 10. 



ROBERT GOVE 

Quincy 



Forest Ranger 



Birthday: May 15. 1940 
Pastime: Bowling 



F.F.A. 10. 11. 12. 




Accountant 



THOMAS GRAHAM 

South Weymouth 



Birthday: September 16. 1940 
Pastime: Sports 

Baseball 10, 11, 12; Basketball 
Honors 11: Lab Assistant 11. 12. 



Tor 



10; 





AW 




JANE HANABURY 

South Weymouth 



Hannah 

Mathematician 



Birthday: February 17, 1941 
Pastime: Cape Cod 

High Honors 10. 11; Class Treasurer 12; 
Yearbook Editor-in-Chief 12; Student 
Council 10, 11; Vice-President 12; Math 
Club 11, 12; Reflector Literary Staff 10, 
1 1 ; Old Colony Club Honorary Member 
12; Latin Certificate of Superior Merit 10; 
of Honorable Merit 1 1 ; Student Marshal 
12; Dramatic Club 11; Junior-Senior As- 
sembly 1 1 . 



KATHRYN HANDRAHAN Kathy 

North Weymouth Psychologist 



Birthday: January 7, 
Pastime: Ice skating 



1941 



Class Motto 1 1 ; Lab Assistant 1 1 ; Re- 
flector Advertising Staff 11; Pep Club 12; 
Spanish Club 11; Senior Party 12: Basket- 
ball 10, 11; Volleyball 10, 11. 



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JANl H ANRAH AN 

North Weymouth 

Birthday: February 3, 
Pastime: Painting 

Softball 10; Basketball 10; Volleyball 10; 
Badminton 10. 



Undecided 
1941 



(AKOI.YN HAIMRV 

East Weymouth Secrerary 

Birthday: August 9. 1940 
Pastime: Sports 

Pep Club 12; Badminton 10; Basketball 
10; Softball 10; Volleyball 10; Fashion 
Show 10; Senior Party 12; Football As 
sembly 12. 



| \ \ I I HARVEj 

North Weymouth Hairdresser 

Birthday: July 30. 1940 
Pastime: Sports 

Ouincy High 10. 11. Pep Club 12; Foot- 
ball Assembly 12. 



KENN1 III HA WES 



North Weymouth 



Ken 

Chemical Engineer 



Birthday: December 2, 1940 
Pastime: Boating 

Honors 10, 11; Math Club President 12; 
Orchestra 10, 11. 12; Band 10. II; New 
England Music Festival 11. South Eastern 
Music Festival 11; Junior Usher II. Latin 
Certificate of Honorable Merit 10. 11; 
Yearbook. Reflector Photography Staff 12. 



ROBERT H AWES 

South Weymouth Sheet Metal Worker 

Birthday: December 4, 1939 
Pastime: Working 

Student Council 12; Open House 10. 



WILLIAM HAY Will 

North Weymouth 

U. S. Air Force Electrician 
Birthday: March 5. 1940 
Pastime: Roller skating 

Annual Merit Award 10. 11. 12; Football 
10. 11. 12; Open House 10. 11; Student 
Council 11, 12; Student Marshal 11, 12; 
Thanksgiving Assembly 12; Honors 10, 
11. 




DOHOI'HV HI Al l V Dome 

Weymouth Landing Secreury 

Birthday: June 1 7, L940 
Pastime Dancing. Bowling 

Future Business Leaders II. Pep Club 12; 
Open House 10; Football Assembly 12; 
Fashion Show 10; Gregg Transcription 
Certificate 60, 11: Mr. Fisher s Secretary 

12. 



POIll H I Ml \ I I i 

East Weymouth 



Boh 



Undecided 



Birthday January 2H, 1941 
Pastime: Eat:ng 

Hockey II, 12. 



I I' \\< IS III Ml 

East Weymouth 



(iahhy 
Engineer 



Birthday February 14. 1940 
Pastime Hockey 

Hockey 10. 11. 12. 



WAI. IIP HI I I I ICS \N P it 

Weymouth Landing Businessman 

Birthday June 11. 1949 
Pastime: Music 

Band 10. II. 12; Orchestra 10. 11. 12; 
Junior-Senior Assembly 1 1 ; Thanksgiving 
Assembly 12. Christmas Assembly 12. 



CM \PI 1 S I III 111 P I Charlie 

Eist Weymouth U. S. Navy 

Firthday: December 8. 1940 
Pastime : Pool 



CHARLES HILL 
North Weymouth 



V. S. ArmeJ Services 



Birthday: March 5. 1940 
Pastime: Pool 

Sophomore Nominating 10: Spring Track 
10. Basketball 10. 11. 



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JUDITH HOFFMAN Judv 

North W eymouth Undecided 

Birthday: August 29. 1939 
Pastime: Bowling 

Softball 10. 



BARBARA HOLBROOK Barb 

East Weymouth Secretary- 
Birthday: June 11. 1940 
Pastime: Watching television 

Miss Ghiorse's Secretary 11. 12; Gregg 
Transcription Certificate 60. 80. 1 1 ; Type- 
writing Certificate 49. 11; Choir 10; 
South Eastern Music Festival 10; Music 
Assembly 10; Memorial Day Assembly 10; 
Thanksgiving Assembly 10; Fashion Show 
10; Spring Concert 10; Winter Concert 
10. 



CONSTANCE HOLBROOK Connie 

East Weymouth Secretary 

Birthday: July 21. 1940 
Pastime: Roller skating 

Typewriting Certificate 52, 11; Gregg 
Transcription Certificate 60. 1 1 ; Prom 
Committee 12; Class Dues Collector 12; 
Pep Club 12; Junior Nominating 11; Re- 
flector Advertising Staff 12; Lunch Room 
Assistant 1 0; Home Room Messenger 1 1 ; 
Basketball 10. 11. 12; Softball 10; Field 
Hockey 10. 11: Volleyball 10. 11. 



JOAN HOLLANDER Joannie 

Weymouth Landing Medical Technologist 

Birthday: September 21. 1940 
Pastime: Listening to records 

Junior Moral and Spiritual Values 10, 
11, 12; Reflector Assistant Editor 12; Stu- 
dent Marshal 12; Honors 10, 11; Senior 
Reception Dance Committee 11: Hyvoe 
Gazette 11; Spanish Club 11. 12; Sopho- 
more Party 10; Pep Club 12; Badminton 
10; Basketball 10; Field Hockey 10; Vol- 
leyball 10. 



DORIS HOLLIS Do 

North Weymouth Teacher 

Birthday: October 26, 1940 
Pastime: Swimming 

High Honors 10, 11; Monday Club 
Honorary Member 12; Class Mono 11; 
Yearbook Home Room Representative 12; 
Junior-Senior Assembly 11; Thanksgiving 
Assembly 12; Spanish Club 11; Pep Club 
12: Latin Certificate of Superior Merit 10; 
Basketball 10. 11. 12; Volleyball 10, 11; 
Lunch Room Assistant 10. 



PHYLLIS HOMER Phil 

Weymouth Secretary 

Birthday: October 27, 1940 
Pastime: Working 

Future Nurses 1 0; Lunch Room Assistant 
10: Fishion Show 10; Basketball 10; Vol- 
leyball 10. 




ANN HOMMEL 

East Weymouth 



Annie 



Secretary 



Birthday: February 27, 1941 
Pastime: Dancing 

Mr. Concannon's Secretary 11; Gregg 
Transcription Certificate 60. 11; HO, 11; 
Typewriting Certificate 57, 11; Honors 
11; Senior Party 12; Reflector Literary 
Staff 12; Thanksgiving Football Rally 12; 
Future Business Leaders 11; Pep Club 12: 
Basketball 10, 11; Softball 10. 11; Volley- 
ball 10; Field Hockey 10. 



SUSAN HOPKINS 
South Weymouth 



Sue 

Secretary 



Birthday: November 11, 1940 
Pastime: Driving a car 

Gregg Transcription Certificate 60, 1 1 ; 
Badminton 10, 11; Tennis 10, Volleyball 
10. 11; Field Hockey 10. 



JOHN HOWSBERGER Skip 

Weymouth Undecided 

Birthday: November 2, 1940 
Pastime: Sleeping 



LYNDA HUES Huesy 

South Weymouth Secretary 

Birthday: March 22, 1940 
Pastime: Skating 

Gregg Transcrpition Certificate 60, 80, 
II; 100, 12; Typewriting Certificate 68, 
11; 67, 12; Miss Norris's Secretary 12; 
Who's Who 12; Junior Nominating 11. 



GEORGE HUTCHISON Hutch 

South Weymouth Telephone Company 

Birthday: July 16, 1938 
Pastime: Hunting 



RICHARD HUTCHINSON Hutch 

South Weymouth Printer 

Birthday: April 29, 1941 
Pastime: Keeping busy 

Mickey Mouse Assembly 10; Open House 
10, 11, 12; Printing Open House 11; 
Student Marshal 11, 12; Choir 12 Honor* 
11. 



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JANICE INGHAM 

East Weymouth 



J an 

College 



Birthday: March 1. 1941 
Pastime: Gabbing at Howards 

Senior Play 12; Junior Moral and Sp.rituil 
Values 10. II. 12; Student Marshal 11. 
12; Christmas Assembly 10; Farewell 
Assembly 11; Sophomore Nominating 10; 
Sophomore Party 10; Spanish Club 11; 
Spanish Club Treasurer 12; Reflector Lit- 
erary Staff II. 12; Honors 10; Pep Club 
12; Hyroc Gazette 10. 



MILDRED INGHAM 

South Weymouth 



Mills 

Airline Hostess 



Birthday: October 22. 1939 
Pastime: Working 

fashion Show 10. II. 



PATRICIA JACK Pat 

South Weymouth Teacher 

Birthday: October 2 3. 1940 
Past. me: Music 

Hi^h Honors 10; Honors 11; Orchestra 

10. 11. 12; Choir 10. 11. 12; Band 10. 

11. 12; Latin Certificate of Honorable 
Merit 11; Httoc Gazelle 10. State Mull) 
Festival 10. 11. 12; South Eastern Mask 
Fesrival 10. II. 12; Spring Frolic II; 
Fashion Show 10; Badminton 10; Soft- 
I- all 10; Basketball 10. 



I WVRENCE J A( KSON 

North Weymouth 



Undecided 



Birthday: Januray I, 19-1 1 

Pastime: Traveling to North Quincy 

Football 10; Winter Track 10; Dance 
Committee 10, 11. 12; Sophomore Partv 
10; Junior Party 11; Cap and Gown 12 



1)1 VNI JOHANSEN 

South Weymouth 

Birthday: March 5. 
Pastime: Bowling 



Model 



1941 



CAROL JOHNSON 

East Weymouth 

Birthday: July 7, 1940 
Pastime: Skating 

Fashion Show 10. 



Beautician 










ERIC JOHNSON 

South Weymouth 



Chemical Engineer 



Birthday: September 21. 1940 
Pastime: Model planes 

Book Room Duty 11. 12; Lab Assistant 
I 2; Junior Usher 1 I . 



CYNTHIA JOHNSTON Cindy 

South Weymouth Nurse 

Birthday: November I. 1940 
Past. me: Working at hospital 

Future Nurses II, 12; Spanish Club 11; 
Spanish l.lub President 12; Reflector Lit- 
erary Staff 11. 12; High Honors 10. 11: 
Senior Class Play Properties 12; Old 
Colony Club Honorary Member 1 2 ; 
Basketball 10. II. 12; Softball 10. 11; 
Badminton 10. 11; Field Hockey 10. II. 
12; Volleyball 10. II. 12; Lunch Room 
Cashier 10. II. 12. 



LI ICY JOLLY 

North Weymouth Office Worker 

Birthday: December 15. 1938 
Pastime: Working 

Sunt Columlikillr 10; Cap and Gown 12. 



( AROI JONES 
Weymouth Landing 



Jonesey 

Secretary 



Birth Jay: February 26. 1941 
Pastime: Dancing 

Class Banquet 12; Sophomore Nominating 
10; Senior Nominating 12; Junior-Senior 
Assembly II; Srudcnt Council 10: lunior 
Party II; Reflector Literary Staff II: 
Umiu Gazette II; Home Room Messenger 
II: Badminton 10; Softball 10: Basketball 
10; Field Hockey 10; Tennis 10; Volley- 
ball 10; Honors 10. 



RICHARD JONES 

South Weymouth 

Eirthday: May 7, 1940 
Pastime: Horses 



Dick 

Horse Trainer 



Football 10. 11. 12; Winter Track 10, 11. 
12; F.F.A. 10. II. 12. 




Jonesic 

Printer 



WILLIAM JONES 

Weymouth Landing 

Birthday: January 4. 1959 
Pastime: Sports 



Football 10. 11. 12: Spring Track 10. II: 
Open House 10. 11, 12: Football Assem- 
bly 10, 11. 12; Thanksgiving Assembly 
10, 11. 12. 



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JANET JORDAN 
Weymouth 



Secretary 



Birthday: November 15. 1940 
Pastime: Practicing shorthand 

Gregg Transcription Certificate 60, 80, 
II; 100. 12; Typewriting Certificate 46. 
11: Miss Benson s Secretary 11, 12. 





JO-ANN KENISTON Joe 

East Weymouth Hairdresser 

Birthday: April 30, 1940 
Pastime: Horseback riding 

Pep Club 12; Choir 10. 11; Basketball 10; 
Softball 10; Open House 10; Home Room 
Messenger 10, State Music Festival 11; 
Easter Assembly 10, 11; Thanksgiving 
Assembly 10. 11; Fashion Show 10, 11; 
Junior Party 11; Hyioc Gazette 11. 



PETER KEANE 

South Weymouth 



Insurance Salesman 



Birthday: November U. 1940 
Pastime: Sleeping 




GORDON KENNEDY 

South W eymouth 



Accountant 



Birthday: November 10, 1940 
Pastime: Golf 

Book Room 11, 12. 



HKNRV Kl 111 

Weymouth Landing 



Keetie 
I'ndecided 



Birthday: December ', 1938 
Pastime: Social activities 

Football 10: Basketball 10; Spring Track 
10; Open House 10. 11. 12: Yearbook 
Staff 12; Thanksgiving Assembly 10; 
Yearbook Home Room Representative 12. 



THOMAS KEEFE Moke 

East Weymouth Contractor 

Birthday: September 21. 1938 
Pastime: Sports 

Baseball 10. 11, Basketball 10. 11. 12 
Foocball 12; Vocational School Class Presi 
dent 12, Thanksgiving Assembly 12 
Senior Class Play 12; Rotary Guest 12 
Good Government Day Representative 1 2 
Student Government Chairman 12: Stu 
dent Council 10, 11. 12; Open House 11 
12; Student Marshal 11. 12. 






SANDRA KEOIIGH 
South Weymouth 



Sandy- 
Social Worker 



Birthday: November 11, 1940 
Pastime: Listening to radio 

Gregg Transcription Certificate 60, 1 1 ; 
Mr. Dempsey's Secretary 12; Choir 10; 
State Music Festival 10; Spring Frolic 11 



CAROL KIMBALL 

North Weymouth 



Kim 

Secretary 



Birthday: January 2, 1940 
Pastime: Talking on the telephone 

Choir 10, II; Fashion Show 10, 11; 
Tlunksgivng Assembly 10, 11; Easter As- 
sembly 11; State Music Festival 10. 



BARBARA KELLY 

Weymouth Landing 



Barb 

Undecided 



Birthday: April 7, 1941 
Pastime: Working at Johnson's 

Junior Nominating 1 1 ; Junior Party 1 1 ; 
Home Room Messenger 10. 11; Reflector 
Literary Staff 1 1 : Hyvoc Gazette Literary- 
Staff 10; Pep Club 12; Dramatic Club 
10; Jun or-Senior Assembly 11: Spring 
Frolic Decorations 1 1 ; Hallowe en Hop 
Decorations 1 I ; Badminton 1 0: Field 
Hockey 10; Basketball 10; Volleyball 10. 





SUZANNE KNUDSEN Sue 

East Weymouth Secretan 

Birthday: November 1, 1940 
Pastime: Writing letters 

Mr. Ritchie's Secretary 11, 12; Senior 
Nominating 12; Junior-Senior Assembly 
11; Class Banquet 12; Choir 10; South 
Eastern Music Festival 10. 



ALAN KEMP Al 

Weymouth Landing Salesman 

Birrhday: March 24, 1940 
Pastime: Television 

Basketball 10. 11, 12: Spring Track 10, 
11. 12: Sophomore Nominating 11. 





DAVID KUJA Dave 

South Weymouth Printer 

Birthday: October JO, 1940 
Pastime: Hunting. Bowling 

Printing Open House 11; Open House 10 
11. 12; Student Government 11, 17 
Mickey Mouse Assembly 10; Choir 12 



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JEAN LAIDLAW 

Norch Weymouth 



Jejnnic 

Nurse 



Birthday: September 19. 1940 
Pastime: Reading 

Gregg Transcription Certificate 60. SO. 1 1 ; 
100. 12; Typewriting Certificate 52. 12. 
Class Dues Collector 12; Senior Play 
Selection 12; State Music Festival 10; Pep 
Club 12; Choir 10. 11; Softball 10. 11. 
Badminton 10; Field Hockey 10. 



RICHARD LA1NE Dick 

South Weymouth College 

Birthday: June 20. 1940 
Pastime: Sports 

Baseball 10. 11. 12. Football 10. 11. 12: 
Basketball 10. II. 12; Student Council 
10; Student Marshal 11. 12; Class Presi 
dent 10; Class Party 10; Football Assem- 
bly 10. II. 12; Honors 10. 11. 



JANICE LANE Jan 

East Weymouth Comptometer Operator 

Birthday: January 25. 194 1 
Pastime: Roller skating 

Senior Party 12; Basketball 10. 12; Soft- 
ball 10. 




LOIS LEAVITT 

South Weymouth Teacher 

Birthday: August II. 1940 
Pastime Reading 

Future Teachers II. 12. Dramatic Club 
10. 11; Refleiior Literary Staff 11. 12; 
//w/. Gazelle 10. 11; Honors 10; Muse 
Librarian 10. 11; Choir 10. 11. Orchestra 
10. 11; Band 10. 11: South Eastern Music 
Festival II. Winter Concert 10. 11; 
Spring Concert 10. 11; Home Room Mes- 
senger 1 2. 



NANCY LEE Nance 

North Weymouth Secretary 

Birthday October 18. 1940 
Pastime: Chatting with the gang 

Junior Nominating II. Refleiior Literary 
Staff II. 12; Senior Class Play 12; Fare 
well Assembly II; High Honors 10. 
Honors II. Student Council II. Victory 
Dame 1 1: Spanish Club 11. 12. Pep Club 
12: Dramatic Club 10. 11; Christmas As- 
sembly 10. Latin Certificate of Superior 
Merit 10. Fashion Show 10. Dance Decor 
aung 1 1 . 



FRANCES LEITES Fran 

North Weymouth Secretary 

Birthday: July 9. 1940 
Pastime: Loafing 

Yearbook Home Room Representative 12. 
KtHtitor Literary Staff II. Class Mono II. 
Farewell Assembly 1 1 . Victory Dance 1 1 : 
Sophomore Party 1 0. Honors 1 1 . Dance 



Decorations 10. 11; 
Superior Merit 10. 
II. Pep Club 12; 
Christmas Assembly 
10. Badminton 10. 



Latin Certificate of 
of Honorable Merit 
Hytoi Gazelle 10; 
10. Dramatic Club 



AI.BI R 1 l.iROCCO Al 

East Weymouth Lawscr 

Birthday: June 3. 1940 
Pastime: Sleeping 

Student Marshal 10. 11. 12; Baseball 10: 
Junior-Senior Assembly 11. 



KEITH LARSON 

North Weymouth Engineer 

Birthday: August 3. 1940 
Pastime: Sports 

Cross Country 10. 11, 12: Winter Track 
10. 11. 12; Spring Track 10. 11. 12; 
Senior Play 12; Senior Prom 12: Who s 
Who 12; Junior Nominating 11; Junior- 
Senior Assembly 11; Student Marshal 12; 
Home Room Messenger 10; Junior Party 
1 1. 



LINDA LARSON Lin 

Weymouth Landing Office Worker 

Birthday: July 6. 1940 
Pastime: Dancing 

Fashion Show 10. Camera Club 10. 







PATRICIA LEONE Pat 

Weymouth Nurse 

Birthday: January 27. 1941 
Pastime Reading 

Honors 10. 11; Furure Nurses 10. 11. 
12; Future Nurses Vice-President 11; Re- 
flector Literary Staff 11. 12; Sophomore 
Nominating 10. Sophomore Party 10; 
Farewell Assembly 1 I ; World Service 
Committee 10. Dramatic Club 10: Bad- 
minton 10. 11. 12: Basketball 10. 11. 12: 
Field Hockey 10. 11, 12; Volleyball 10. 
II. 12. 



Ve t 

Secretary 



VERA LeVANGIE 

East Weymouth 

Birthday: December 4. 1940 
Pastime: Roller skating 



Fashion Show Assembly 10; Choir 10; 
Volleyball 11. Pep Club 12. 



RICHARD LINDSAY Al 

East We> mouth U. S. Navy- 

Birthday: April 7, 1940 
Pastime Eating 



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CAROL LOGAN 



North Wevmouch 



I'ndecided 



Birthday: January 16. 1941 
Pastime: Singing 

Drum Maioretre 11. 12; Senior Nominat- 
ing 12: Pep Club 12; Farewell Assembly 
11: Thanksgiving Assembly 11. 12; Junior 
Party 11; Senior Prom 12: Badminton 10. 
11; Basketball 10, 11. 12; Volleyball 10. 
11; Victory' Dance 12; Spring Fling 11; 
Autumn Leaves 10; Sophomo.e Party 10; 
Hytoc Gazette 10; Dramatic Club 10. 



GAIL LOUD 

Weymouth Landing Teacher 

Birthday: July 13, 1940 
Pastime: Swimming 

Honors 10; Junior-Senior Assembly 11; 
Thanksgivng Rally 12: Reflector Literary 
Staff 11. 12; Home Room Messenger 11; 
Spanish Club 11; Spanish Club Vice-Presi- 
dent 12. Senior Play Selection 12; Pep 
Club 12; Dramatic Club 10; Sophomore 
Parry 10; Badminton 10; Softball 10: 
Basketball 10; Field Hockey 10; Volley 
ball 10. 





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CHESTER MacKEAN Chuck 

North Weymouth U. S. Coast Guard 

Birthday: January 29. 1941 
Pastime: Ice hockey 

Cap and Gown 12. 

DIANNE MacKINNON Di 

East Weymouth Nurse 

Birthday: December 5. 1940 
Pastime: Being busy! 

Honors 10. 11; Class Secretary 10, 11 
Student Council 10, 11, 12; President 12 
Junior Moral and Spiritual Values 10, 11 
Senior Play 12; Reflector Literary Staff 10 
11; Latin Certificate of Superior Merit 10 
Future Nurses Secretary 1 1 ; Spanish Club 
II, 12; Spanish Club Secretary 12; Stu- 
dent Marshal 10, 11; Sophomore Party 
Decorations 1 0. 



PETER LUOMA Pete 

Weymouth Landing Teacher 

Birthday: August 7, 1940 
Pastime: Reading 

Harvard Club Book Award 1 1 ; Yearbook 
Staff 12; Latin Certificate of Honorable 
Merit 10; High Honors 10, 11. 





SALLY MACKINNON 

Weymouth Landing Secretary 

Birthday: February 29. 1940 
Pastime: Talking 

Pep Club 12; Reflector Literary Staff 11; 
Future Business Leaders 11; Tennis 10; 
Volleyball 10; Badminton 10. 



HOWARD LITHER 

Weymouth Landing 



Howie 

Auto Mechanic 



Birthday: October 1. 1940 
Pastime: Bowline 

Open House 10. 





ELIZABETH MacLEAN Liz 

East Weymouth LIndecided 

Birthday: September 3, 1939 
Pastime: Dancing 

Typewriting Certificate 50, 11; Dramatic 
Club 11; Pep Club 10; Badminton 10, 11; 
Christmas Door Decoration 11. 



DENNIS LYNCH Denny 

East Weymouth Mechanical Engineer 

Birthday: December 9, 1940 
Pastime: Working 



GLENN MacLEOD 
Weymouth 



U. S. Navy 



Birthday: February 12. 1940 
Pastime: Photography 



KATHLEEN MacDONALD Kathy 

East Weymouth Secretary 

Birthday: March 4, 1941 
Pastime: Roller skating 

Reflector Advertising Staff 12: Pep Club 
12: Volleyball 10. 11; Softball II; Home 
Room Messenger 10. 




ALAN MACPHERSON AI 

North Weymouth Mechanical Engineer 

Birthday: March 29, 1941 
Pastime: Stamp collecting 

Winter Track 11, 12; Spring Track 11. 

12. 



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III/. \l!l III MacQl INN Betb 

South Weymouth Secretary 

Birthday: November 8, 1940 
Pastime: Jazz music 

Junior Moral and Spiritual Values 10 
Office Helper 10. 11; Typewriting Certifi- 
cate 57, 11; Gregg Transcription Certifi 
cate 60, 11; Pep Club 12; Sophomore 
Party Decorations 10, Junior Party Dec- 
orations II; Spring Fling Decorations 10; 
September Song Decorations 1 0. 



15 \Rll \KA MADISON It. -bin, 

East Weymouth Secretary 

Birthday: June 13. 1940 
Pastime: Dancing 

Pep Club 12; Hyvoi Gazelle 11; Football 
Rally 12; Music Assembly 10. II; 
Memorial Day Assembly 10. 11; Fashion 
Show 10; Choir 10. 11; Spring Concert 
10. II; Winter Concert 10. II. Dramatic 
Club 10. State Music Festival 10. II. 



I) \ V 1 1 ) MAUN 

South Weymouth 



Dave 

Teac her 



Birthday January 17, 1 9 t 1 
Pastime: Howling 

A.V. Club 10. 11, 12; A.V. Manager II. 
12; Honors 10. ( ( ounto 10 \\ inter 
Track 10; Spring Track 10; Key Club 
10. Backstage Lighting Committee 10, II. 
1 2; Rotary Guest 1 2. 



THOMAS MA HON I »m 

North Weymouth Draftsman 

Birthday: December 20. 19 10 
Pastime: Hunting 

Merit Award 10; Student Marshal II. 12: 
Open House 10; Boys' Chorus 12. Stu- 
dent Government II. 12. 



CHRISTINE MANNING Chris 

East Weymouth Beautician 

Birthday: August 15. 19-tO 
Pastime: Dancing 

Office Helper 1 1 ; Home Room Messenger 
1 1 ; Typewriting Certificate 59. 1 1 ; Pep 
Club 12: Sophomore Party Decorations 
1 0; Junior Party Decorations 1 1 : Autumn 
Leaves Decorating 11; Spring Fling Decor- 
ations 11; Softball 10; Badminton 10. 



KAREN MANSFIELD 

South Weymouth Telephone Operator 

Birthday: December 9, 1940 
Pastime: Making shell jewelry 

Basketball 10. 11, 12; Volleyball 11; 
Band 11. 12; Orchestra 11. 12; Mr. lack s 
Secretary 11, 12; Tvpewriting Certificate 
49, 11. 




DIANE MARKS 
East Weymouth 



Di 

Teacher 



Birthday: September 23, 1940 
Past. me: Working 

Honors 1 1 . Gregg Transcription Certificate 
60. HO. II; 100. 12; Typewriting Certifi- 
cate 48. 11: Mr Kelly s Secretary II. 12. 



Rl( II \RI) M \ I SON l)„k 

East Weymouth Carpenter 

Birthday: April 9. 1940 
Pastime Hunting 

Student Government 10, II, 12; Student 
Marshal 11, 12; Senior Play Assembly 
10. II. Merit Award Assembly 12. Open 
House 11; Honors 10; High Honors II: 
Merit Award 10. 



I 1 1 1 R I S \ M \//0| A Terry 

Weymouth Nurse 

Birthday March 19. 1941 
Pastime Tennis 

Future Nurses 10. II. 12. Home Room 
Messenger 10. 12. Junior Nominating 11 
' Ijsn Motto 11. Honors II. 



RON M.I) \l ( HI III Ron 

South Weymouth Engineer 

Birthday: June 8. 1940 
Pastime Wotking 

Linn Certificate of Honorable Merit 10, 
II: Senior Party 12; Math Club. Publicity 

12. 



GAIL Mc AS KILL Mac 

East Weymouth Teacher 

Birthday: March 31. 1940 
Pastime: Baton twirling 

Dramitic Club 10; Pep Club 10. 12: 
Padminton 10: Softball 11: Basketball 10: 
Home Room Messenger 12; Junior Moral 
and Spiritual Values 10. II. 12; Who s 
Who 12; Pumpkin Hop 10; Future Busi- 
ness Leaders 1 1 ; Typew riting Certificate 
54, 11; Football Assembly 10; Farewell 
Avcmbly II; Yearbook Home Room Rep- 
resentative 12. 




ROBERT McBRIDE 

Weymouth 



Mus 

Announcer 



Birthday: December 12, 1940 
Pjstime: Studying law- 



Track 10. 



ELIZABETH McDONNELL Betsy 

North Weymouth Hairdresser 

Birthday: March I, 1941 
Pastime: Bowling 

Fash oo Show 10, 11; Reflector Advertis- 
ing Staff 12; Pep Club 12: Future Busi- 
ness Leaders 12. 




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PATRICIA McMORROW Pat 

East Weymouth Secretary 

Birthday: August 13, 1940 
Pastime: Dancing 

Cheerleader 11, 12; Head Cheerleader 12; 
Gregg Transcription Certificate 60, 1 1 ; 
80, 12; Typewriting Certificates 50, 11; 
Pep Club 12; Honors 11; Junior Nominat- 
ing 11; Junior-Senior Assembly 11; Mr. 
DiSessa's Secretary 11, 12; Thanksgiving 
Rally 11, 12; Senior Play 12; Open House 
11; Sophomore Party 10; Junior Party 11. 



ML R1EL McELROV Shortv 
South Weymouth Secretary- 
Birthday: November 5. 1940 
Pastime: Skating 

Fashion Show 10; Badminton 10; Basket- 
ball 10; Typewriting Certificate 49. 11; 
Cap and Gown 12; Mr. Whites Secretin 
12: Volleyball 10; Pep Club 12; Mr. Rod- 
dy s Secretary 11. 



SALLIE MclSAAC 

East Weymouth Bookkeeper 

Birthday: July 26. 1940 
Pastime: Music 

Tvpewriting Certificate 51. 11: Junior 
Parry 11. 



MARY JANE McKAV 

South Weymouth Interior Decorator 

Birthday: November 14. 1940 
Pastime: Music 

Future Nurses 10; High Honors 10: 
Honors 1 1 ; Choir 1 1 ; Latin Certificate 
of Honorable Merit 10; Memorial Day 
Assembly II; Music Assembly 11. 



JUDITH McKEAG Jude 

South Weymouth Secretary 

Birthday. October 6, 1940 
Pastime: Music 

Junior-Senior Assembly 11; Honors 10; 
Choir 1 1 : State Music Festival 1 1 ; South 
Eastern Music Festival 1 1 ; Spanish Club 
1 1 : Music Assembly 1 1 ; Memorial Day 
Assembly 11: Senior Party 12; Volleyball 
10, 11, 12; Softball 10, 11; Basketball 
10. 



ROBERTA McLEOD Roe 

Weymouth Undecided 

Birthday: November 10, 1940 
Pastime: Bowling 

Junior Nominating II; Junior Party 11: 
Football Assembly 10: Senior Reception 
Decorations 11; Basketball 10, 11, 12: 
Volleyball 10, 11, 12; Badminton 10. 11: 
Dramatic Club 10: Pep Club 10. 








NANCY McWILLIAM 
South Weymouth 



Mac 

Airline Hostess 



Birthday: October 21, 1940 
Pastime: Sports 

Senior Nominating 12; Senior Prom 12; 
Class Banquet 12; Reflector Literary Staff 
10; Hyvoc Gazette 10; Badminton 10. 11; 
Softball 10. 11; Basketball 10. 11; Volley- 
ball 10, 11, 12; Honors 10; Latin Cer- 
tificate of Honorable Merit 10. 



JUDITH MELONG 
North Weymouth 



Judy 

Bookkeeper 



Birthday: January 2, 1941 
Pastime: Skating 

Typewriting Certificate 5 1, 11; Fashion 
Show 10, 11; Basketball 10; Volleyball 
10. 



MARY ANN MEUSE Mousie 

East Weymouth Secretary 

Birthday: March 15, 194 1 
Pastime: Dancing 

Home Room Messenger 11, 12; Gregg 
Transcription Certificate 60, 11; Type- 
writing Certificate 5.S, 11; Reflector Sec- 
retary 12. 



PATRICIA MILLS 

Weymouth Heights 



Patti 

Legal Secretary 



Birthday: September 19. 1940 
Pastime: Golf 

Badminton 10; Softball 10; Basketball 10; 
Volleyball 10; Sophomore Party Decora- 
tions 10; Victory Dance Decorations 10; 
Spring Fling Decorations 11; Valentine 
Dance 11; Junior Party Decorations 11; 
Junior-Senior Assembly 11; Pep Club 12; 
Who's Who 12; Thanksgiving Rally 12; 
Yearbook Home Room Representative 12. 



RICHARD MILLS 

North Weymouth 



Richie 
Mathematician 



Birthday: February 25, 1941 
Pastime: Sports 

Spring Track 10, 11. 12: Winter Track 
11, 12; Cross Country 11, 12; Honors 
10; Latin Certificate of Honorable Merit 
10: Junior-Senior Assembly 11; Basket- 
ball Rally 1 0. 



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|l \NNE MILMOKI 

North Weymouth 



Receptionist 



Birthday: March I, 19-41 
Pastime: Listening to radio 

Mr. Turcotte's Secretary 12; Typewriting 
Certificate 53. 11; Pep Cilub 12. Badmin- 
ton 10; Sophomore Party 10; Junior Party 
11. 



ROBERT M1NMS 
Weymouth Landing 



Boh 

Engineer 



Birthday: August 12, 1940 
Pastime: Riflery 

Senior Play 12; Football Manager 10. II. 
12; Student Marshal II. 12; Junior Nom- 
inating 11; Junior Party II; Sophomore 
Nominating 10; Sophomore Parry 10. 
Spring Track 10. 



ANNE MITCHELL 

North Weymouth Secretary 

Birthday: February 9. 1940 
Pastime Dancing 

Senior Nominating 12. Miss Norris's Sec ■ 
rctary 12; Fate-well Assembly 11. Junior 
Party II; Pep I lub 12. ( lass Banquet 12. 
Joe Smith Record Hop Decorations II, 
Flower Frolic Decorations 1 1 ; Door Decor 
ations 10. Spring Fling Decorations II. 



CAROL MOT T 

South Weymouth 

Birthday: July 2 3. 19.39 
Pastime: Bowling 

Lunch Room Assistant 10. 



I'ndecided 





GEORGE MULLIN 
Weymouth 



Accountant 



Birthday June 24. 1940 
Pastime: Reading. Fishing 

Spring Track 10. 11. 12; Winter Track 
11, 12; Cross Country 11. 12; Open 
House 10. Student Marshal 10. 



( IROL Ml RPHY Murph 

Weymouth Secretary 

Birthday January 16. 1940 
Pastime Dancing 

Pep Club 12. Typewriting Certificate 52. 
II Badminton 10. II. Chorus 10. 



| \MI s Ml RPHY Jim 

East Weymouth Sheet Metal Worker 

Birthday August 21. 1939 
Pastime: Working 

Student Council II, 12. 



|.. \ \ N Ml S( II I () Jo 

East Weymouth Secretary 

Birthday: November 28. 1940 
Pastime: Dancing 

Pep Club 12; Typewriting Certificate 50, 
11; Thanksgiving Assembly 12; Future 
Business Leaders II; Basketball 10: Bad 
minion 10. 



DAVID Ml MIX 

South Weymouth 



Moon 
Draftsman 



Birthday: December 12. 1939 
Pastime: Sports 

Baseball 10, II; Cross Country 10; Door 
Decorations 12; Typewriting Certificate 
47. 11. 



SHEILA MULLIGAN Bunny 

East Weymouth Secretary- 
Birthday: November 23, 1939 
Pastime: Listening to records 

Typewriting Certificate 52. 11; Mr. Regan s 
Secretary 12; Home Room Messenger 10; 
Office Helper 12: South Eastern Music 
Festival 10; Pep Club 10, 12; Choir 10: 
Basketball 10; Badminton 10. 




SHI II A \ M ALI Tina 

East Weymouth Secretary- 
Birthday: November 13. 1940 
Pastime: Dancing 

Student Council 11. 12: Student Council 
Secretary 12; Honors 11; Gregg Transcrip- 
tion Certificate 60. II; 80. 12: Miss Mc- 
Morrow's Secretary II, 12; Senior Play 
12; Senior Nominating 12: Sophomore 
Parry 10; Future Business Leaders 11. 12: 
Future Business Leaders President II: 
Junior Moral and Spiritual Values 10. 11. 
12: Secretary 12. 



BARBARA N AVIS Barb 
Weymouth Landing Secretary- 
Birthday: May 26. 1940 
Pastime: Dancing 

Lawrence High School. New Pedford High 
School 10: Pep Club 12; Gregg Tran- 
scription Certificate 60. 1 1 : Door Decorat- 
ing 12. 



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ARTHUR NICHOLS Budd 

South Weymouth Undecided 

Birthday: January 20. 1941 
Pastime: Horses, Dancing 

Archbishop Williams High School 10. 11. 



BARBARA NICHOLS Nicky 

North Weymouth Secretary 

Birthday: December 28. 1940 
Pastime: Singing 

Class Motto 11; Mr: Longridge's Secre- 
tary 11, 12; Typewriting Certificate 51. 
11: Honors 11; Choir 10; South Eastern 
Music Festival 10. 





AVERILL NOLAND 

North Weymouth 



Ave 

Office Worker 



Birthday: July 25, 1939 
Pastime: Drawing, Sewing 

Fashion Show 11; Cap and Gown 12; Bad- 
minton 1(1; Softball 10; Tennis 10. 



ROBERT NORCROSS Bob 

North Weymouth Mortician 

Birthday: July 25, 1939 
Pastime: Eating 

Class President 12; Senior Play 12; Fare- 
well Assembly 11; Student Marshal 12; 
Junior Party 11; Senior Prom 12; Senior 
Party 12; Senior Banquet 12; Cap and 
Gown 12; Rotary Guest 12; Yearbook 
Home Room Representative 12; Class 
Dues Collector 12. 



ROBERTA NICHOLSON 



South Weymouth 



Court Stenographer 



Birthday: August 27. 1939 
Pastime: Keeping busy! 

Cheerleader 11. 12; Honors 10. 11; Stu- 
dent Council 11. 12; Secretary 12; Type- 
writing Certificate 46. 1 1 ; Junior Business 
Leaders 11; Pep Club Co-Chairman 12; 
Who s Who 12; Dance Decoration Chair- 
man 11; Open House 12; Senior Play 12; 



Football Rally 11. 12; Reflector 
rising Staff 10; Hytoc Gazelle 11. 



Adver- 




r. 



WAYNE NOREEN 

South Weymouth Sheet Metal Worker 

Birthday: January 11, 1940 
Pastime: Automobiles 

Senior Nominating 12; Student Council 
11, 12; Student Government 11, 12; Merit 
Award 10; Student Marshal 11. 12; 
Honors 1 1 . 



SYLVIA MCKERSON 

Weymouth Landing Teacher 

Birthday: June 9, 1940 
Pastime: Sewing 

Sophomore Nominating 10; Future Nurses 
10; Fashion Show 10; Furure Teachers 12. 





Sue 

Receptionist 
1941 



SUSAN NOYES 

East Weymouth 

Birthday: March 27, 
Pastime: Ice skating 



Pep Club 12; Senior Party 12; Mrs. Cote's 
Secretary 11, 12; Typewriting Certificate 
00. 12; Gregg Transcription Certificate 
60, 80, 11; Basketball 10; Library Club 
10; Thanksgiving Assembly 12; Sopho- 
more Party 10; Future Business Leaders 
11. 



VIVIAN MCKERSON 

East Weymouth Secretary 

Birthday: June 22, 1940 
Pastime: Listening to radio 

Miss Canning s Secretary 12; Typewriting 
Certificate 54, II; 60. 12; Furure Busi- 
ness Leaders 1 1 ; Reflector Advertising Staff 
11; South Eastern Music Festival 10: Choir 
10: Fashion Show 10; Field Hockey 11. 
Volleyball 11; Badminton 10; Basketball 
10. 




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GEORGE NYSTROM Honey 

North Weymouth Electronic Technician 

Birthday: April 15, 1940 
Pastime: Basketball 

Football 10, 11, 12; Basketball 10, 11, 
12; Junior Party 10; Football Assembly 
10, 11, 12; Basketball Assembly 10, 11, 
12. 



IDAMARIE NILSSON Dee 

East Weymouth Secretary 

Birthday: February 14, 1940 
Pastime: Dancing 

Majorette 10. 11; Pep Club 12; Football 
Assembly 10. 11, 12; Thanksgiving As- 
sembly 10; South Eastern Music Festival 
10: Band 10. 





ELIZABETH O'BRIEN Betty 

North Weymouth Airline Hostess 

Birthday: January 5, 1941 
Pastime: Dancing 

South Boston High School 11; Pep Club 
12; Gregg Transcription Certificate 60, 
11; Thanksgiving Assembly 12; Basket- 
ball 10; Badminton 10. 



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MARY O'CONNELL 

Weymouth Landing Teacher 

Birthday: April 7, 19 1 1 
Pastime: Skating 

Future Teachers 11, 12; Oflke Helper II; 
Honors 1 I; Reflet tor Literary Staff 10, 11; 
Senior Play Selection 12; Spanish Club 
11; Pep Club 12; Lunch Room Cashier 
10, 11. 




II,/ Mil 111 ORLANDO Belt) 

North Weymouth Stenographer 

Birthday April 24. 1940 
Pastime Roller skating 

Honors 10, II. Gregg Transcription Cer- 
tificate 60, 1 1 , Typewriting Certificate 5 I . 
11; Mr. Fishers Secretary 12. Junior 
Nominating I I . Future Business Leaders 
1 1. 



WILLIAM ODEI.I 

Weymouth Landing 



Bill 

Insurance Salesman 



Birthday September 22. 1940 
Pastime: Smiling 

Spring Track I I; Latin Certificate of 
Superlative Merit 10. Math Club 12. 



NANCY O'DONNELL 

South Weymouth 



O'Dec 



S,., ial W orket 



Birthday: May 25, L940 
Pastime: Music 

New England Music Festival 10. II. 12. 
South Faster n Music Festival 1(1. II. 12. 
Orchestra 10. II. 12. Band 10. II. 
Choir 11; C hristmas Assembly 10. Honors 
10: Softball 10. Field Hockey 10. Music 
Assembly 10. II. 



I) V.GM \\l Dl SI N 
East Weymouth 



Das; 
Secretary 



Birthday April I \, 1940 
Pastime: Complaining (That's a 
joke ! ) 

( That's a ioke! I 
Grecg Transcription Certificate 60. II: 
Typewriting Certificate Jl, 11; Miss Toom- 
cy's Secretary II. 12; Mr. White's Sec- 
retary 1 2; Pep Club 12. 



JAMES R. OLSON Jim 

Weymouth Heights Engineer 

Birthday: October 27. 1940 
Pastime: Playing the guitar 

Band 10; Key Club 10; A.V. Club 10. 








L'ndecided 



Kit II \l<l> OS(.OOI) 

East Weymouth 

Birthday: June J, 1 9 10 
Pastime Skating 



Key Club 10. 11. 12; President 12 Math 
Club 12. Band 10. II. tap and Gown 

12. 



I'M 1 1 \1<!> PAGE 
( ohasset 



Richie 

Auto Mechanic 



Birthday April t. 1910 
Pastime Repairing cars 

Student Council II. 12. Student Marshal 
12. Open House 10. 11; Lunch Room 
Assistant II. 12; Chorus 12. 



w II I I \\l PAG1N \no 
Weymouth Landing 

1939 



Coac h 



Bitthday 
Pastime 



July 4, 
Sports 



Football 10. II. 
Hockey 10. II 
Whos Who 12 



12; Baseball 10. 11. 12. 
Junior Nominating I I ; 
Sophomore Parry 10. 



WILLIAM PALMIERI Bills 

East Weymouth Printer 

Birthday: February 15. 1940 
Pastime: Ecing social 

Student Marshal 12: Sophomore Party 10: 
Open House 10. 11. 12; Football 10; 
Basketball 10; Choir 12; Senior Prom 
Committee 12. 



JUDITH O'NEILL Judy 

Weymouth Secretary 

Birthday: May 12. 1941 
Pastime: Talking 

Senior Farewell Assembly I 1 ; Thanks- 
giving Rally 12; Miss Nye's Secretary 11. 
12; Class Motto 11; Basketball 10; Grad- 
uation Reception 11; Honors 10, 11; 
Gregg Transcription Certificate 60, 80. 11: 
100, 12; Typewriting Certificate 52. 12; 
Reflector Advertising Staff 11: Hue 
Gazette 11; Rtfintor Literary Staff 12. 
Future Business Leaders Vice-President 11. 





DIANE PANNIER 

South Weymouth Electrical Engineer 

Birthda- May 28, 1940 

Pastime: Maine 
High Honors 10, 11; Latin Certificate of 
Honorable Merit 10; Math Club 12: New- 
England Music Festival 10. II, 12: State 
Music Festival 10, II. 12: South Eastern 
Music Festival 10. 11. 12; Band 10. II; 
Orchestra 10. II. 12: Class Banquet 11: 
Betty Crocker Home-maker of Tomorrow 
Award 12. 



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EDWARD PARRY Ed 

Weymouth Heights Printer 

Birthday: December 5. 1939 
Pastime: Sports 

Football 10; Spring Track 10. 




SUZANNE PERRY Sue 

East Weymouth Secretary 

Birthday: April 2, 1940 
Pastime: Listening to radio 

Dramatic Club 10; Mr. Nelson's Secretary 
LI, 12; Mr. Whittemore's Secretary 11, 
Gregg Transcription Certificate 60, 
Typewriting Certificate 47, II; 
Honors 10. 



RUSSELL PARSONS Russ 

Weymouth Landing U. S. Navy 

Birthday: June 2. 1941 
Pastime: Pool 

Spring Track !0; Basketball Assembly 10. 



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DONALD PERSSON Don 

Weymouth Landing Printer 

Birthday: December 23, 1940 
Pastime: Music 

Open House 10, 11, 12; Honors 10; 
Printing Open House 1 1 ; Student As- 
sistant to Secretary of W. V. T. C. 11, 
12; Home Room Messenger 12; Student 
Council 12; Maroon and Gold Staff 12; 
Driver-Ed Slips 12; National Associ- 
ation of Student Councils 12; Student 
Marshal 11, 12. 



JUDITH PATT Judy 

North Weymouth Librarian 

Birthday: May 12, 1940 
Pastime: Reading 

Senior Play Selection 12; Honors 11. 





GEORGE PETERSON Pete 

East Weymouth Engineer 

Birthday: February 22, 1940 
Pastime: Music, Boating 

Band 10, 11, 12; Orchestra 12; Cross 
Country 10; State Music Festival 11; 
Junior-Senior Assembly 1 1 ; Thanksgiving 
Assembly 12; Christmas Assembly 12. 



CYNTHIA PAYNE Cyme 

Weymouth Landing Teacher 

Birthday: July 4. 1940 
Pastime: Baton twirling 

Honors 10, 11; Student Council 12; Stu- 
dent Marshal 10. 12; Majorette 10; Head 
Majorette 11. 12; Newspaper Correspond- 
ent 12; Pep Club 12; Dramatic Club 10; 
Sophomore Party 1 0; Junior Party 1 1 : 
State Music Festival 10, II; Hwoe 
Gazette 10; Farewell Assembly II; Open 
House 10; Thanksgiving Rajiv II, 12. 



WALTER PELRINE Shorty 

East Weymouth Accountint 

Birthday: June 2 3. 1940 
Pastime: Bowling 

Key Club 10. 11; Key Club Vice-Presi 
dent 12. 







JUDITH PETZE Judy 

East Weymouth Teacher 

Birthday: July 6, 1940 
Pastime: Reading 

Honors 10, 11; Yearbook Art Staff 12; 
Junior Nominating 12; Junior Decorating 
1 1 ; Future Teachers 1 1 ; Latin Certificate 
of Honorable Merit 10; Class Banquet 12. 



JOHN PIERCE 

South Weymouth 



Jacky 
Engineer 



Birthday: September 10, 1940 
Pastime: Radio 

Football 10, 11; Spring Track 10, 11; 
Winter Track 10; Junior-Senior Assembly 
11; Junior Party 1 1 . 



JUDITH PERROW 

East Wevmouth 



Judy 

Secretary 



Birthday: February 26, 1941 
Pastime: Reading 

Yearbook Art Staff 12; Future Teachers 
11. Senior Play Selection 12. 




RICHARD PIERCE Dick 

East Weymouth Aeronautical Mechanic 

Birthday: July 24, 1939 
Pastime: Sports 

Football 10. 11, 12; Basketball 10: 
Junior-Senior Assembly 11; Junior Parry 
11; Cap and Gown 12. 



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MAKC1A I'll I I I' 

Weymouth 



Airline Hostess 



Birthday: December 4, 1940 
Pastime: Howling 

Pep Club 12; Who's Who 12; Gregg 
Transcription Certificate 60, I 1 ; Type- 
writing Certificate 5X, 11; Miss Whites 
Secretary II, 12. 



JOHN PLA1 I R 

North Weymouth 



Tiny Tim 
Baseball Player 



Birthday: October 19. 19*9 
Pastime: Sports 

Baseball 10. 11. 12; Basketball 10. 
Hockey II, 12; Football 10. II. 12. 
Thanksgiving Assembly 12; Student Coun- 
cil 10, II. 12; Junior Party II: Student 
Marshal II, 12. Honors I I . 



|AN1 I POMAR1CO Jan 

East Weymouth Secretary 

Birthday: March $, 1941 
Pastime Bowling 

Rt/Uctor Secretary 12; Pep Club 12; 
Gregg Transcription Certificate 60, I I ; 
Typewriting Certificate 50, II. Basket 
ball 10. II; Thanksgiving Assembly 12 




HENRY PRATT 

South Weymouth 



Hank 

Machinist 



Birthday: November 17. 1939 
Pastime ice skating 



DDHOI'HV PKAV 

Weymouth Landing 



Oottir 

IBM Operator 



Birthday December M, 1940 
Pastime Listening to the radio 

Gregg Transcription Certificate 60, 11; 
lypeuriting Certificate 56. II Fashion 
Show 10. Pep Club 12. 



NANCY PRAl Nance 

South Weymouth Medical Secretary 

Birthday September 10. 1940 
Pastime Piano 

Future Nurses 11; Pep Club 12; Orchestra 
12; Dramatic Club II; Badminton 10. II. 
12: Basketball 10. II; Field Hockey 10. 
11. Volleyball 10. II. 12. Softball 10. 
11. Open House 10: Farewell Assembly 
II; Sophomore Nominating 10. Class 
Dues Collector 12. Latin Certificate of 
Honorable Merit I I . 



MIC I II I I I'OM \l<ic c) Mickej 

Weymouth Landing Secretary 

Birthday: March JO, 1941 
Pastime: Talking 

Rt tiii lor Advertising Staff 10; Reflector 
Literary Staff 11. 12: Future Business Lead- 
ers II; Gregg Transcription Certificate 60, 
80, 11; Typewriting Certificate 60. 12: 
Mr. Mahn s Secretary 11. 12: Junior 
Decorating 11; Pep Club 12. 



KEN l\ I'OWI ICS 

South Weymouth 



Kev 

Salesman 



Birthday: February 2"\ 1940 
Pastime: Bowling 



CHARLES PRATT 

South Weymouth Radio. TV Repairman 

Birthday: May 27, 1940 
Pastime: Radio and TV 

A.V. Club 10, 11. 12; Band 10. 11. 12; 
Orchestra 10, 11. 12. 




PAMELA Pic U 



South Weymouth 



Pam 

Medical Technician 



Birthday: April 6. 
Pastime: Skiing 



1940 



Honors 10. II. Latin Certificate of Honor- 
able Merit 10. Whos Who 12. Junior 
Moral and Spiritual Values 10, II: Re- 
fletlor Advertising Staff 10; Refletlor 
Sports Staff 12; Junior-Senior Assembly 
II C hristmas Assembly 10. Open House 
10. II; Basketball 10. II. 12: Field 
Ho. key 10. 11. Volleyball 10, II. 12; 
Softball 10. II. 



SUSAN PROCTER 

North Weymouth 



Sue 

Legal Secretary 



Birthday: March 20. 1941 
Pastime: Dancing 

Class Banquet 12; Senior Nominating 12; 
Refltitor Literary Staff 11. 12; Junior- 
Senior Assembly 1 1 ; Gregg Transcription 
Certificate 60. 80. 11; 100. 12: Mr. Klay's 
Secretary 11, 12; Typewriting Certificate 
69. II; Pep Club 12; Honors 11. 



JACQUELINE QUERY Jackie 

North Weymouth Secretary 

Birthday: May 2. 1940 
Pastime: Dancing, Ice skating 

Senior Play 12: Class Treasurer 10; 
Thanksgiving Assembly 10. 12: Mr. Nel- 
son's Secretary 12; Senior Party 12; 
Sophomore Party 10; Office Helper 10. 
1 1 ; Gregg Transcription Certificate 60. 
II; 80, 12; Typewriting Certificate 55. 
12; Pep Club 12: Door Decoration 10; 
Fashion Show 10; Choir 10. 



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CORNELIUS QUIRK. Jr. Neal 

East Weymouth Teacher 

Birthday: May 11, 1940 
Pastime: Building boats 

Spring Track 10. 11. 12; Winter Track 
10. 11, 12; Cross Country 10. 11; Cross 
Country Co-Captain 12; Thanksgiving As- 
sembly 12: Open House 10. 11, 12. 



FRANK RAND 

East Weymouth 

Birthday: October 2, 1940 
Pastime: Hunting. Fishing 

Hockey 12. 



Forester 



THELMA RAVFIELD T.R. 

South Weymouth Nurse 

Birthday: May 15. 1941 
Pastime: Boating 

Agawam High School 10; Home Room 
Messenger 12. 






RUSSELL RITCHIE 

North Weymouth 



Russ 

U. S. Navy 



Birthday: February 25, 1940 
Pastime: Cars 

Math Club 12; A.V. Club 11. 12; Band 
10, 11; Orchestra 10; Senior Play Light- 
ing 11; Junior-Senior Assembly 11; 
Thanksgiving Assembly 11, 12; Christ- 
mas Assembly 11, 12; Ed Sullivan Assem- 
bly 11; Steve Allen Assembly 12. 



JOSEPH RIZZO 

East Weymouth 



Joe 

Businessman 



Birthday: December 29, 1940 
Pastime: Hockey 

Hockey 12; Football 10. 



ANNA MAE ROACH Mazie 

South Weymouth Comptometer Operator 

Birthday: January 12, 1941 
Pastime: Collecting records 

Reflector Advertising Staff 12. 



ROBERTA RAYMOND Roe 

Weymouth X-ray Technician 

Birthday: September 3, 1940 
Pastime: Dancing 

Future Nurses 11; Basketball 10; Tennis 
10; Fashion Show 11; Pep Club 12. 



DONALD REED Revus 

South Weymouth Engineer 

Birthday: March 26, 1941 
Pastime: Pool 

Honors 10. 



JAMES RINELLA Jim 

North Weymouth Teacher 

Birthday: March 7, 1940 
Pastime: Sports 

Spring Track 10, 11. 12; Junior Moral 
and Spiritual Values 12; Winter Track 
11, 12; Cross Country 10, 11, 12; Student 
Marshal 12; Basketball 10; Junior- Senior 
Assembly 11; Basketball Assembly 10. 






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JOAN ROBBINS Joanie 

Weymouth Telephone Operator 

Birthday: May 6, 1940 
Pastime: Collecting records 

Fashion Show 10, 11; Cap and Gown 12; 
Softball 10. 



JUDITH ROBINSON Judy 

South Weymouth Business School 

Birthday: April 21, 1940 
Pastime: Bowling 

Dramatic Club 10, 11; Volleyball 10; 
Reflector Advertising Staff 10. 



PAUL ROBITAILLE 



North Weymouth 



Flying 
Frenchman 



Carpenter 



Birthday: April 22, 1940 
Pastime: Having fun 



Student Marshal 11, 12; Open House 10 
11; Honors 10, 11; Senior Play 11. 



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I I I/. AM III ROCHE Bettj 

North Weymouth X-ray Technician 

Birthday: January 10. 1940 
Pastime: Roller skating 

Pep Club 12; Thanksgiving Assembly 12; 
Christmas Assembly 10, 12; Junior Party 
II; Softball 10; Basketball 10: Badminton 

10. 



NANCY RON \ I I 
North Weymouth 



Nanc 

Commercial Artist 



Birthday: May 19. 1940 
Pastime: Ice skating, Painting 

Reflet lor Art Staff II. Pep Club 12; Of- 
fice Helper 11; Senior Party 12: Junior 
Party II; Thanksgiving Assembly 12; 
Choir 10 Basketball 10. II; Volleybill 
10. II: Field Hockey 10 Badminton 10: 
Door Decorating 10. 



NEIL ROSS Bad 

I isi W c v in i >u t h Carpenter 

Birthday: October 6, 1939 
Pastime Having fun 

Student Marshal 12; Open House 10 
Honors II. Senior Play Assembly 10, II. 



GEORGE ROWK 

EaSI Weymouth 

Birthday: February ' 
Pastime: Cars 



Contractot 
1941 



Open House 10; Student Marshal 11. 
Senior Prom Committee 12. 



EDWARD ROWELL 
East Weymouth 



Ed 

( abinetmaker 



Birthday: June 17, 1940 
Pastime: Working on cars 

Student Marshal 11, 12; Open House 10, 
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JOHN RYAN Jack 

North Weymouth Carpenter 

Birthday May 6. 1939 
Pastime Keeping busy 

Football 10. 11. 12; Football Assembly 
10. II. 12; Or en House II. Senior Play 
Assembly I I . 



WILLIAM RYAN 

South Weymouth 

Birthday April 6, 1939 
Pastime Sports 



Bill 

I 'ndecided 



U II I I AM S Al ISI1I R i Bill 

WeynKMldl Landing Engineer 

Birthday: July 16. 1940 
Pastime Sleeping 

Lab Assistant II, 12. Honors II 
MARY ANN SANTACROCE Ma/ 



Last Weymouth 



Legal Secretary 



Birthday: August 4. 1940 
Pastime Talking 

Junior Moral and Spiritual Values 12; 
Senior Play 12; Sophomore Nominating 
10; Sophomore Party 10. Junior Nominat- 
ing II. Junior Party II; Thmksgmng 
Assembly 10. Christmas Assembly 10; 
Farewell Assembly I I . Thanksgiving As- 
sembly 12; Hyioc Gazelle 10; Pep Club 
12. Future Teachers 12. Basketball 11: 
Jack-O Lantern Jump II. 



K \1 I SARACENO 

Weymouth Landing Doctor 

Birthday: March 8. 1941 
Pastime: Sports 

Honors 10. 11; Senior Nominating 12; 

Class Banquet 12; Dramatic Club 10. 11; 

Pep Club 12; Badminton 10. II. 12; 

Basketball 10. II. 12; Field Hockey 10. 

II; Volleyball 10. 11; Softbill 10. 11; 
Junior Party I I . 



RODNEY RUMBLE 

Weymouth 

Birthday: May 20. 1938 
Pastime: Automobiles 

Cap and Gown 12. 



Ronnie 

Engineer 





PATRICIA SAVAGE Pat 

Weymouth Landing Physical Therapist 

Birthday: May 2, 1940 
Pastime: Sports 

Reflector Literary Staff 12; Spanish Club 
12: Senior Party 12; Class Dues Collec- 
tor 12; Pep Club 12: Basketball 10. 11. 
12; Volleyball 10. 11. 12: Tennis 10: 
Badminton 10. 11. 12; Field Hockey 10. 
11. 12; Fashion Show 10. U: Softball 
10. 11. 



CARMELINA SCEPPA 

East Weymouth Interpreter 

Birthday: July 9. 1939 
Pastime: Painting 

Honors 10, 11; Spanish Club 11. 12. 




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PATRICIA SHAW Pat 

North Weymouth Telephone Operator 

Birthday: November 10. 1939 
Pastime: Bowling 

Badminton 10; Fashion Show 10. 



JOYCE SEELEY 
South Weymouth 



Hair Stylist 



Birthday: Augusr 18. 1940 
Pastime: Playing the piano 

Burlington High School 10. 11: Senior 
Class Play 12; Pep Club 12. 



FRANCES SHANAHAN Franny 

East Weymouth Secretary 

Birthday: March 3. 1941 
Pastime: Sleeping 

Pep Club 12; Fashion Show 10. 11; Soft- 
ball 10: Badminton 10. 



JEAN SHANAHAN Twinie 

East Weymouth Hairdresser 

Birthday: March 20. 1941 
Pastime: Skating 

Pep Club 12; Future Business Leaders 11. 
12; Fashion Show 10. 11; Badminton 10. 
11; Softball 11; Football Assembly 12. 



JOAN SHANAHAN Twin 

East Weymouth Office Worker 

Birthday: March 20. 1941 
Pastime: Ice skating 

Pep Club 12; Softball 11; Fashion Show 
10, II; Future Business Leaders 11, 12: 
Home Room Messenger 10. 11: Football 
Assembly 12. 







KENNETH SHERMAN Ken 

East Weymouth Cabinetmaker 

Birthday: October 16, 1939 
Pastime: Hunting 

Student Council 11, 12; Student Marshal 
10, 11, 12; Open House 10, 11. 



BEVERLY SMITH 
Weymouth Landing 



Bev 
Hairdresser 



Birthday: September 28, 1940 
Pastime: Roller skating 

Home Room Messenger 10. 



CAROLYN SMITH 

Weymouth Hairdresser 

Birthday: October 2, 1940 
Pastime: Skating 

Pep Club 12; Home Room Messenger 12; 
Fashion Show 10, 11; Basketball 10; 
Softball 1 1 . 



JOHN SMITH 

East Weymouth 



Jack 

Doctor 



Birthday: March 4, 1940 
Pastime: Playing in dance band 

Student Marshal 12; Band 10, 11, 12; 
Basketball 10; Football Assembly 11, 12; 
Christmas Assembly 12; Motto Committee 
II. 



JOYCE SHANNON 
East Weymouth 



Legal Secretary 



Birthday: July 20, 1941 
Pastime: Talking 

Future Business Leaders 11. 12; Pep Club 
12; Cap and Gown 12; Gregg Transcrip- 
tion Certificate 60. 11; Typewriting Cer- 
tificate 48, 11; Reflector Advertising Staff 
IT, Fashion Show 10; Tennis 11; Bad- 
minton 11; Field Hockey 11. 





CHARLES SORENSON 



Weymouth Heights 



Skippe 



U. S. Navy 



Birthday: August 18. 1939 
Pastime: Photography 



Baseball 10; A.V. 
Camera Club 10. 



Club 10. 11. 12; 



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NOKMA SPRINGER 

East Weymouth 



N orm 
Stenographer 



Birthday: September 20. 1 939 
Pastime: Baton twirling 

Majorette 10. 11. 12: South Eastern Music 
Festival 10; Honors 10; Sophomore Party 
10; Senior Party 12; D.A.R. Candidate 
I '2: Miss Lyons*! Secretary 12; drew? 
Transcription Certificate 60. 1 1 ; Type- 
writing Certificate -18, II; Thanksgiving 
Assembly II, 12; Football Assembly II; 
Farewell Assembly 11. 



\1M I II l< S I I I I OX St,- 1 

North Weymouth Surveyor 

Birthday: October 17, 1 9*9 
Pastime: Eating 

Honors 10; Key Club 10. 



NANCY STEV] \s 

North Weymouth Nurse 

Birthday: December 20. 1940 
Pastime: Keeping busy! 

Yearbook Home Room Representative 12. 
Who's Who 12; Latin Certificate of Su 
pcrior Merit 10; of Honorable Merit II. 
Future Nurses II. 12; Dramatic Club 11. 
Badminron 11, Softball 10, 11; Baskciball 
10. II. Volleyball 10. II; Flower Frolic 
Decorations II; //wo, Gjzciit Advertising 
Staff II; Pep Club 12. Lun.li Room 
Assistant 10. 



WILLIAM STEVENSON Kill 

North Weymouth Accountant 

Birthday: August 6, 19-10 
Pastime: Music 

Band 10, 11, 12; State Music Festival 10. 

II; South Eastern Music Festival 10, II; 

Baseball 10; Typewriting Certificate 52. 
1 I. 



JOHN STEWART Stewic 

Weymouth Landing Teacher 

Birthday: July 7. 1940 
Pastime: Basketball 

Basketball 10. 11. 12; Spring Track 11: 
Baseball 10; Junior Usher 11. 



RICHARD STILPHEN 

East Weymouth 



Dick 

State Trooper 



Birthday: March 22. 194 1 
Pastime: Walking 

Winter Track 10, 12; Spring Track 10. 
1 1 ; Cross Country 1 1 . 







'AW 

4 Ml 



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JOHN S I 0< kBRlDGI Stocky 



East Weymouth Rancher 

Pirthday: November 12, 1940 
PmililT Hunting 

F.F.A. 10. 11. 12. 



M DM I I S I DDI) \R|) |ud) 

I m VX'eymouth Teacher 

Birthday: August 21. 1940 
Pastime- Collecting records 

Gregg Transcription Certificate 60. 11; 
Typewriting Certificate 51. II. Mr. Mul- 
kern's Secretary 12; Future Teachers 11. 
12; Fash on Show 10. 



k \ I I II RIM Ml r.l'.l R I Kailne 

North VX'eymouth Nurse 

Birthday December 24, 1940 
Pastime Reading 

Future Nurses 10, 11. 12: Choir 10. 11; 
South Eastern Music Festival 10. New- 
England Music Festival 11. Pep Club 12. 
Home Room Messenger I I , Senior Party 
12. Badminton 10. Basketball 10. Thanks- 
using Assembly 10. 



\l IRILYN STl RGIS Mai 

North VX'eymouth Nurse 

Birthday August 27. 1940 
Pastime Roller skating 

Future Nurses 10. II. 12: Pep Club 12: 
Thanksgiving Assembly 12. Honors 10; 
Badminton 10. 



GEORGE SI OkKO 

South Weymouth Mechanical Engineer 

Birthday: October 2 7 . 1940 
Pastime: Eating 

Ashby High School 10; Honors 11; Class 
Banquet 12; Junior Usher II: Senior 
Nominating 12: Rotary Guest 12; Junior 
Party 1 1 ; Cross Country I 1 ; Basketball 
11. 



BARBARA Sl'RETTE 

South VX'eymouth Secretary 

Birthday: July 22. 1940 
Pastime: Sewing. Reading 

Gregg Transcription Certificate 60, 1 1 ; 
Typewriting Certificate *>*>, 11; Mr. Bo- 
land's Secretary 11, 12: Honors 10: Future 
Business Leaders 12: Fashion Show 10. 
11. 



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HAROLD SURETTE 

South Weymouth 



Beaver 

Auto Mechanic 



Birthday: May 18. 1939 
Pastime: Hunting. Bowling 



Choir 12. 



PHYLLIS SWEET 
South Weymouth 



Phyl 

Teacher 



Birthday: September 19. 19-»0 
Pastime: Music 

Band 10. 11. 12; Orchestra 10, 11. 12; 
South Eastern Music Festival 10, 11, 12; 
Mr. Jack's Secretary 11, 12; Gregg Tran- 
scription Certificate 60, 80, 11; 100, 12; 
Typewriting Certificate 52. 11; Badminton 
11; Basketball 11. 12; Camera Club 10; 
Music Assembly 10. 






CAROL THOMAS 

South Weymouth 



Travel Europe 



Birthday: September 5, 1939 
Pastime: Classical music 

Archbishop Williams High School 10; 
Student Marshal 11; Hyvoc Gazette 11; 
Dramatic Club 1 1 ; Junior Party Decora- 
tions 1 1 ; Flower Frolic Decorations 1 1 . 



GERALD THOMAS Jerry 

North Weymouth Electrical Engineer 

Birthday: February 17, 1940 
Pastime: Having fun 

Redondo Union High School, California 
10; Class Motto 11; Cap and Gown 12. 



ELEANOR TANGHERLINT 



Ellie 



North Weymouth 



Airline Hostess 



Birthday: June 4. 1939 
Pastime: Working at Mr. Donut 

Mr. Swanson's Secretary 12; Junior Party 
11; Senior Party 12; Christmas Assembly 
12; Thanksgiving Assembly 12; Fashion 
Show 10; Basketball 10; Badminton 11; 
Softball 11; Spring Fling Decorations 11. 




THERESA TOBIN Terry 

South Weymouth Good American Citizen 

Birthday: November 15, 1939 
Pastime: Rifle shooting 



MARY TANGUAY 
North Weymouth 



Mary 

Secretary- 



Birthday: November 18, 1939 
Pastime: Bowling 

Gregg Transcription Certificate 60, 1 1 ; 
80. 12; Typewriting Certificate 51. 11; 
Lab Assistant 12; Honors 10; Mr. Ghi- 
orses Secretary 11. 12; Who's Who 12: 
Future Business Leaders 11, 12; Junior- 
Senior Assembly 1 1 . 





DAVID TON1S Dave 

East Weymouth Architectural Designer 

Birthday: January 10, 1941 
Pastime: Bowling 

Cross Country 11; Spring Track 10, 11; 
Winrer Track 11; Book Room Duty 10. 



SHARON TAYLOR 

East Weymouth 



Bookkeeper 



Birthday: November 18, 1939 
Pastime: Bowling 

Badminton 11. 12: Basketball 11. 12; 
Volleyball 11. 12; Fashion Show 10, 11; 
Typewriting Certificate 46, 11; Mrs. Lar- 
son's Secretary 11, 12. 





LINDA TONRY 



Lin 



South Weymouth Speech Therapist 

Birthday: January 11, 1941 
Pastime: Music 
Band 12; Choir 10, 11; Orchestra 10. 11, 
12; High Honors 10; New England Music 
Festival 10, 11, 12; South Eastern Music 
Festival 10, 11, 12; Typewriting Cer- 
tificate 52, 11; Basketball 10. 11, 12; 
Field Hockey 11; Volleyball 10. 11; Soft- 
ball 1 1 ; Badminton 1 1 ; Future Business 
Leaders 11; Thanksgiving Assembly 10, 
11; Music Assembly 10. 



MARILYN TE AGUE Mai 

North Weymouth Hairdresser 

Birthday: September 30, 1940 
Pastime: Eating 

Future Nurses 10; Reflector Literary Staff 
10; Dramatic Club 11; Pep Club 12: Bad- 
minton 10; Farewell Assembly 11; Flower 
Frolic Refreshments 11. 




CAROL TONSING 
Weymouth 



Undecided 



Birthday: March 7, 1941 
Pastime: Music 

Orchestra 10, 11, 12; Band 11; Choir 
10; New England Festival 10, 11, 12: 
South Eastern Music Festival 10, 11, 12; 
Junior Nominating 11: Senior Nominating 
12: Spanish Club II; Class Banquet 12; 
Junior Moral and Spiritual Values 10; 
Fashion Show 11; Basketball 10; Honors 
10, II; Thanksgiving Assembly 10. 



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si [IR1 i -i rOWNSEND 

South Weymouth Typist 

Birthday: October 18. 1940 
Pastime: Roller skating 

Who's Who 12; Miss Benson s Secretary 
12. 



PETER IKAV1 Pcre 

East Weymouth Builder 

Birthday: July I, 19 10 
Pastime: Hunting 

Student Government 12; Open House 10, 
II; Senior Play Assembly 10. II. HODOfl 



JEANETTE TRENODTH 
South Weymouth 



Secretary 



Birthday: May 12. 19-10 
Pastime: American Bandstand 

Miss Andcm's Secretary 12, Mr Higgin s 
Secretary II. Riflntur Advertising Stall 
10; Gregg Transcription Certificate 60. 
11; Typewriting Certificate 43, II. 



CONSTANCE TRUDBAU Connie 

North Weymouth Teacher 

Birthday: December 6. 1940 
Pastime: Skating 

Reflector Literary Staff 10. 11; Pep Club 
12; Sophomore Party 10: Junior Party 11. 
Senior Party 12; Senior Play Production 
Staff 12; Hytoc Gazelle 11; Junior-Senior 
Assembly 11; Thanksgiving Assembly 12. 
Victory Dance 10. 11. 12; Joe Smith 
Record Hop 1 1 : Flower Frolic 1 1 ; Basket- 
ball 10. 11. 12; Volleyball 10. 11. 




RAYMOND njRNBR 

Weymouth Heights 

Birthday: October sO. 1940 
Pastime Automobiles 

Baseball 10. Cross Country 10. 



Ray 

Singer 



\l I \ \M)I \< I Kll ANOWICZ Sam 



F.ast Wcymouih 

Birthday June 5. 1940 
Pastime Basketball 



Salesman 



Basketball 10. 12; Baseball II. Junior- 
Senior Assembly II. Senior Party 12. 



( \KOI. VINTON 

South Weymouth Secretary 

Birthday March 12. 1941 
Pastime Reading 

Gregg Tranvnption Certificate 60. II; 
Band 10. II. 12. Orchestra 10. II. 12: 
Mrs Dcrry s Secretary 11, 12; South 
listern Music Festival 10, 11. 12; Re- 
flector Literary Staff 12; Basketball 10. 11. 
12; Volleyball 10. II, 12. Softball 10. 
II. 12. S.E.M S B A. II. 12. 



I I OP I NCI WALK IK Dynaflo 

North Weymouth Nurse 

Birthday October 6. 1940 
Pastime Art. Writing 

Reflector Literary Staff. An Staff 10. Re- 
flector Assistant Editor 11; Class Motto 12; 
Junior-Senior Assembly 1 I ; Latin Certifi- 
cate of Honorable Merit 10: Home Room 
Messenger 12. Future Nurses 12; Hytoc 
Cizette 1 I . Junior Moral and Spiritual 
Values 10. Badminton II. 



JUDITH TRUEMAN JuJc 

North Weymouth Airlines 

Birthday: February 25. 19-11 
Pastime: Meeting people. T.V. 

Junior Nominating 11; Pep Club 12: 
Typewriting Certificate 55. 11; Junior- 
Senior Assembly 11; Basketball 10. 11; 
Softball 10, 11; Badminton 10; Volley- 
ball 1 1 . 





( MIOI.1 N WALSH Walshic 

Wcymouih Landing Commercial Artist 

Birthday: February 20. 1941 
Pastime: Drawing 

Junior Decorating 11; Reflector Advertis- 
ing Staff I 1 ; Door Decorations 10. 11. 
12; Pep Club 12; Badminton 10. Volley- 
ball 10. 



MARILYN TUFTS 

South Weymouth 

Birthday: January 
Pastime: Sports 

Badminton 10; Basketball 10; Volleyball 
10; Softball 10: Pep Club 12; Fashion 
Show 10, 11 



Mitzi 
Beautician 
1941 




SHEILA WALSH 

East Weymouth Secretary 

Birthday: April 27, 1941 
Pastime: Dancing 

Cambridge High and Latin 10; Pep Club 
12: Thanksgiving Rally 12; Class Dues 
Collector 12; Reflector Adverrising Staff 
12; Future Business Leaders 12; Spring 
Fling II. 



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GEORGE WARD 

Wevmouth 



New Car Dealer 



Birthday: March 19. 1940 
Pastime: Skin diving 

Dedham High School 10; Junior- Senior 
Assembly 11; Senior Prom 12. 





JOAN WHITE 

East Weymouth Teacher 

Birthday: June 7, 1940 
Pastime: Ice skating 

Badminton II; Basketball 11; Field 
Hockey 11; Softball II; Volleyball 11; 
Christmas Assembly \2; Reflector Ad- 
vertising Staff 12. 



BENJAMIN WARSHAW Ted 

Scituate Auto Mechanic 

Birthday: April 29, 1939 
Pastime: Customizing cars 

Honors 10. 11; Merit Award 12; Student 
Marshal 11. 12; Choir 12; Senior Nom- 
inating 12. 



HERBERT WEBSTER Herbie 

South Weymouth Printer 

Birthday: December 16. 1939 
Pastime: Hunting, Bowling 

Open House 10; Printing Open House 11. 






NANCY WICKLUND Nanc 

South Weymouth Secretary 

Birthday: August 13, 1940 
Pastime: Writing letters 

Cap and Gown 12; Fash on Show 10; Mr. 
Pratt's Secrerary 11, 12; Gregg Tran- 
scription Certificate 60, 11; 80, 12. 



JOHANNA WIENCKA Jo 

South Weymouth Hairdresser 

Birthday: September 22, 1940 
Pastime: Driving a car 

Badminton 10: Basketball 10; Volleyball 
10. Fashion Show 10. 



NATALE WEBSTER 
South Weymouth 



Nat 
Secretary 



Birthday: February 18, 1941 
Pastime: Driving a car 

Mr. Bernarh's Secretary 12; Gregg Tran- 
scription Certificate 60. 1 1 ; Fashion Show 
10; Softball 10: Basketball 10; Field 
Hockey 10; Volleyball 10; Badminton 10. 



MARION WELDON 

North Weymouth Typist 

Birthday: February 19. 1941 
Pasrime: Lisrening ro records 

Typewriting Certificate 49. 11: Hyioc 
Gazelle 10; Reflector Advertising Staff 12; 
Pep Club 12. Door Decorating 12; Au- 
tumn Leaves Decorations 11. 



GAIL WHITE 

North Weymouth Hairdresser 

Birthday: July 16. 1939 
Pastime: Bowling 

Archbishop Williams High School 10. 







BARBARA WILKINSON 

Weymouth Landing Airline Hostess 

Birthday: July 1.19 10 
Pastime: Dancing 

Pep Club 12; Fashion Show 10; Gregg 
Transcription 60, 1 1 ; Mrs. Pileggi's Sec- 
retary 11; Miss AnJcms Secretary 12. 



BEVERLY WILLIAMS Bev 

South Weymouth Airline Hostess 

Birthday: January 21, 1941 
Past me: "American Bandstand " 

Typewriting Certificate 61, 12; Gregg 
Transcription Certificate 6(1, 11: Miss Vin- 
ing's Secretary 11, 12; Senior Nominating 
12; Class Banquet 12: Majorerte 12; Pep 
Club 12; Typewriting Certificate 56. 11. 



DONALD WILLDRIDGE Don 

Weymouth Landing U. S. Marines 

Birthday: November 2. 1940 
Pastime: Hockey 

Junior-Senior Assembly 1 I . 



PETER WILLIAMS 
Souih Weymouth 



Pete 

Sports Reporter 



Birthday: December H. 1940 
Pastime: Sports 

Home Room Messenger 10. 



1 1 W WIN IS 

South Weymouth Secretary 

Birthday: January 16. 19-10 
Pastime: Writing letters 

Miss Silvester's Secretary 12; Voice of 
Democracy Essay Finalist 12; Sophomore 
Nominating 10; Junior Party II. Type 
writing Certificate -IH. II; Basketball 10. 
Softball 10. Field Hockey 10; Pep Club 
12; Yearbook Home Room Representa 
live I 2. 





[RENE WYNOTT Rcaic 

South Weymouth Secretary 

Birthday August 13. 19-10 
Pastime Eating fried clams' 

Mr. Lyond's Secretary 11, 12; Gregg 
Transcription Certificate 60. 80. II; 100. 
12; Typewriting Certificate 52. 12. 



I DWAKU YOUNG 

I j- 1 W c\ in. mill 



Eddie 

Auto Mechanic 



Birthday October W, 1940 
Pastime Working 

Whos Who 12; Chorus 12; Open House 
10. 11. 



CRAIG WINM II I I) Winkir 

Weymouth Landing Scientist 

Birthday: November 20. 1940 
Pastime: Boats, Cars 

Band 10. 11. 12; Orchestra 10. II. 12; 
State Music Festival 12; South Eastern 
Musk Festival 10. II. 12; Junior-Senior 
Assembly I I : Thanksgiving Assembly I I . 
12; Christmas Assembly 12. 



THOMAS WINKI I R Tom 

Weymouth Doctor 

Birthday: January I. 1911 
Pastime: Bowling 

Yearbook Staff 12; Student Council 10; 
High Honors II; Honors 10; Latin Cer- 
tificate of Eminent Merit 10; Math Club 
Vice-President 12; Junior I'shcr 11; 
Junior Nominating 1 1 : Junior-Senior 
Assembly II; Lab Assistant 12. 





LINDA YOUNG 

VtiIi Wc'.uKiuth Nurse 

Birthday: January 10. 1941 
Pastime Listening to radio 

Future Nurses 10. 11. 12; Pep Club 12; 
Spanish Club II. 12; Badminton 10. II. 
12. Basketball II. 12; Field Hockey 10; 
Softball 10. 11. Volleyball 10. 11; Hstoc 
Cjztiie II. Junior-Senior Assembly 11: 
Flower Frolic 1 1 . 



JOSEPH ZAPORETSK1 Peev.ee 

North Weymouth Undecided 

Birthday: June 25. 1939 
Pastime: Visiting the library 



SHEILA WOODWOR I I I 

North Weymouth Teacher 

Birthday: June 27, 1940 
Pastime: Painting 

Student Marshal 12; Future Teachers 11. 

12; Honors 10. 11; Whos Who 12; 

Senior Play 12; Junior Nominating II; 

Lab Assistant 12; Latin Certificate of 

Superior Merit 10; of Eminent Merit 11; 

Class Banquet 1 1 ; Farewell Assembly 1 1 . 



HENRY WORM ALD, Jr. Vin 

East Weymouth Construction Engineer 

Birthday: March 6. 1939 
Pastime: Hunting. Fishing 

Football 10; Student Marshal 11. 12; 
Open House 10. 11. 12: Senior Play 
10, 11; Graduation Reception 11. 





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M \RY LOI ZAKMTZ Lou 

Weymouth Nurse 

Birthday: March 26. 1941 
Pastime: Parrying 

Future Nurses II. 12: Spanish Club 11: 
Pep Club 12; Dramatic Club 11; Reflector 
Art Staff 11. 12; Hyioc Gazette 11; 
Junior-Senior Assembly 1 1 ; Junior Party 
II: Thanksgiving Assembly 12. Record 
Hop Decorations 11; Flower Frolic 11; 
Victory Dance 1 1 . 




I.ORETTA ZOTTOLI 

East Weymouth 



Rctta 

Hairdresser 



Birthday: December 3. 1939 
Pastime: Listening to music 

Pep Club 12: Fashion Show 10. 11: Home 
Room Messenger 10, 11. 



CAMERA SHY 



WILLIAM DOOLEY 

East Weymouth Auto Mechanic 

Birthday: May 26, 1939 
Pastime: Working 

Student Government 11, 12; Chorus 12. 
EVELYN FRANCIS 

Weymouth Landing Lawyer 

Birthday: September 23. 1940 
Pastime: Collecting records 

Pep Club 12; Badminton 10; Basketball 
10; Softball 10; Tennis 10; Football Rally 
12. 



MARY FRANCIOSI 

Weymouth Landing Secretary 

Birthday: May 29. 1939 
Pastime: Bowling 



JOHN McCRAITH 

South Weymouth Carpenter 
Birthday: September 2. 1940 
Pastime: Hunting 

Student Marshal 11, 12; Mickey Mouse 

Assembly 10; Open House 10, 11; Senior 

Play Assembly 1 1 . 



PETER ROBIE 

South Weymouth Scientist 

Birthday: January 26, 1941 
Pastime: Watching television 

OIGY 12; Honors 10. 



GEORGE VIGLAS 

Weymouth Landing Auto Mechanic 

Birthday: February 14, 1941 
Pastime: Cars 

Student Marshal 11, 12; Student Council 
11; Honors 10, 11. 



hrough COMPETITION 



Through a mind whetted keen 
And wits ever sharp in amiahle strife, 
Our standard steadily rises 
On the crest of competition. 



SHEILA NATALE, most popular with men 

JACK SMITH, most popular with women 



CAROL LOGAN, best voice 

KFITH I ARSON. 



best voice 




LOIS CARUSO, best figure J OE FITZSIMMONS, comed.an 



TED FIELDS, class wit 

BARBARA KELLY, class wit 




TOM WINKLER, most dignified 

JANICE INGHAM, most d.gnifi 



GEORGE WARD, most artistic 

NANCY ROSATI, most artistic 





PATRICIA CAVANAUGH, most athletic 

DICK LAINE, most athletic 




DICK DOREY, best dressed 

MARYLIN GORDON, best 





FRANCES LEITES, best matured 

ALBERT LaROCCO, best 




PEGGY FAY, nicest eyes most carefree 



TOM GRANAI, most likely to succeed 
JANE HANABURY, most likely to succeed, most intelligent 




BRUCE AVERY, best school citizen 

DIANNE MacKINNON, best school citizen, 
most dependable 



ELEANOR TANGHERLINI, best complexion 
DONALD REED, best complexion 





PETE LUOMA, 
most intelligent 




JAMES BROWN, 

most dependable 



GEORGE NYSTROM, nicest smile 

MARY ANN SANTA CROCE, nicest smile 




ALAN ALEMIAN, prettiest hair 

MARILYN FULTON, prettiest hair 



rough EXPERIENCE 

Experience, our tutor, 
Teaching patience, sagacity, and fortitude — 
Foundations to build upon. 



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Now we review these three years, 



proud of our accomplishments, 

Left to right: Mrs. Adeline Wolfe, Mrs. Maudena Embree, Mrs. Mary Phillips, 
Mrs. Mildred Cavanaugh, Mrs. Ragnhild Swanson, Mrs. Hazel Mell, Mrs. Jose- 
phine Wheeler, Mrs. Elizabeth Matheson, Mrs. Frances Laniewski. 




Left to right: Joseph Lynch, Edward Gill, Head Custodian Arthur Cicchese, 
Charles Butler, Frank Puopolo, Alfred Cicchese. 



on Graduation Day it is difficult 



to look upon Weymouth High School 



for the last time as a student. 





roug h PARTICIPATION 

Participation in events of our interest; 
Welcoming the give and take of companionship; 

Striving to Jive worthily in society. 



YEARBOOK 




COMPARING. EXCHANGING IDEAS 
Jane Hanabury, Editor-tnC.hiej ; Marilyn 
Fulton, Art Director. 



ART EDITORS AT WORK. Judith Perrow, Marilyn Fulton, 
Judith Pctze. 



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THE SENIOR STAFF. Left to right: (front row) Patricia 
Cavanaugh, Judith Perrow, Judith Petze, Marilyn Fulton. 
And (rear row) Peter Luoma, Thomas Winkler, Henry 
Keefe. 



DISCUSSING LAYOUT. Miss Andem, Literary 
Adviser; Jane Hanabury, Editor-in-Chief; Peter 
Luoma. senior staff member. 



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THE YEARBOOK STAFF: Jane 
Hanabury, Editor-in-Chief; Marilyn 
Fulton, Art Editor; Peter Luoma and 
Thomas Winkler, Assistant Editors; 
Judith Perrow and Judith Petze, As- 
sistant Art Editors. 

The Yearbook staff for the first 
time included several members of the 
Junior class, as it was felt the experi- 
ence they would gain would be invalu- 
able in the preparation of their own 
yearbook next year. Also an innova- 
tion was the appointment of a repre- 
sentative for the Yearbook staff from 
each Senior home room. 

We of the Yearbook staff would 
like to thank our advisers, Miss 
Andem and Miss Silvester, and all 
those who assisted us with their time, 
effort, and confidence. 





THE ADVERTISING STAFF. Left to right: (front row) Gail 
Campbell, Patricia Cavanaugh, Advertising Editor; Sheila Walsh. 
And (rear row) Barbara Weldon, Joan White, Joan Cirigliano, 
Carol Albion, Kathleen MacDonald, Constance Holbrook, Myra 
LaMontagne. 




HOME ROOM REPRESENTATIVES. Left to right: 
(front row) Gail McAskill, Frances Leites, Nancy Stevens, 
Jean Willis, Margaret Fay. And (rear row) Pamela Pray 
Robert Norcross, Lois Caruso. 



THE JUNIOR STAFF. Seated: Susan Wirtz. Lett to 
right: (rear row) Susan Allen, Irene Bush. Claire 
Goldthwaite, John Berg. 



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STUDENT COUNCIL 




JHF. OFFICERS: Dianne MacKin- 
non, President; Jane Hanabury, 
Vice-President; Slieila Natale and Rob- 
erta Nicholson, Secretaries; Kenneth 
Margeson, Treasurer. 

Undoubtedly one of the most impor- 
tant and active organizations in Wey- 
mouth High School is the Student 
Council. This year, in iddition to their 
many regular projects such as dances 
and school services, the Student Council 
in co-operation with the Weymouth 



STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS Left i<> right: (from 
row) Roberta Nicholson, Dianne MacKinnon, Sheila 
Natale. And (rear row) |ane I Ianalxit \ , Kenneth Mai 
geson, Mr. Diake. IdvisCT. 




Left to right: (front row) Cynthia Payne, 
Donna Peterson, Sheila Natale. And ( rear row ) 
William Hay, Russell Ahearn, Donald Persson. 



Left to right: Dianne MacKinnon, Judith Vigdor, Sandra g^: 
Russell, Bonnie Tirrell, April Nelson. 



Youth Commission conducted a survey 
among high school students to deter- 
mine what types of activities they would 
enjoy during weekends and vacations. 
This survey will be used as the basis for 
a recreation program in Weymouth. 
Student Council members attended three 
conventions where they participated in 
conferences in which the problems of 
Student Council were discussed and dif- 
ferent ideas were exchanged among the 
schools. 



Left to right: (front row) Carole Morris, 
Heather Budden, Stephanie Elliott. And (rear 
row) Jane Hanabury, Douglas Welsh, Karin 
Hanson. 




Left to right: Katherine Batchelder, Harold 
Jones, Paula Feeney, Kenneth Sherman, Jacque- 
line Booth, William Stella. 



Left to right: (front row) Roberta Nicholson, Natalie 
Shober, Irene Bush. And ( rear row ) Robert Gill, Thomas 
Keefe, David Barry. 



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THE REFLECTOR 



7 




THE SENIOR STAFF. Left to ri^ht : (seated) Nancy Lee. Gail Loud. 
Jacqueline B:x>th, Janice Ingham. Judith O'Neill. Linda Damon. And 
(standing) Susan Procter, Ann Hommel. Patricia Savage. Mary Lou Zarnit*. 
Cynthia Johnson, Ann Doucctte. Patricia Leone. Carol Vinton. 



"JpHE STAFF: Paula Feeney, Editor-in- 
Chief; Joan Hollander, Assistant 
Editor; Barbara Bernard, Art Editor; 
Pamela Pray, Girls' Sports Editor; Tom 
Bleakney, Boys' Sports Editor. 

The 1958 REFLECTOR staff has 
had a very successful year. Many changes 
took place under the guidance of Miss 
Andem, Miss Silvester, and Mr. Collins. 
The size of the REFLECTOR was in- 
creased to that of the Yearbook. Obliga- 
tory REFLECTOR assignments were 
abolished, and the staff solicited much of 
its material directly from the student 
body. Pupils who like to write provided 
more poems, stories, essays, and puzzles 
than could be used. The seniors were re- 
sponsible for the Christmas issue; the 
juniors, for the St. Patrick's Day issue; 
and the sophomores, for the Graduation 
issue. 




THE JUNIOR STAFF. Left to right: (seated) Sylvia Neva, Dian Crocker, 
Rhodena Watt, Natalie Shober, Cynthia Nelson, Donna Peterson. And 
(standing) Rebecca Grant, Sylvia Tanquary, Jean Roanowicz, Judith Palmer, 
Lois MacLeod. 



THE ADVISORY COUNCIL. Left to right: 
(seated) Joan Hollander, Assistant Editor: Paula 
Feeney, Editor-in-Chief: Pamela Pray, Girls' Sports 
Editor. And (standing) Thomas Bleakney, Boys' 
Sports Editor: Barbara Bernard, Art Editor: Law- 
raine Fall, Junior Representative: Elizabeth 
Hughes, Sophomore Representative. 




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]fHE OFFICERS: Kenneth Hawes, President; 

Thomas Winkler, Vice-President; Diane Pan- 
nier, Secretary. 

In its second year the Math Club was once again 
active and successful. Thanks and appreciation go 
to Mr. Raymond, the Advisor, whose ability and 
imagination have much to do with the success of 
the club. This year members busied themselves 
with several aspects of mathematics that are not 
included in the ordinary textbook course. Natur- 
ally the advent of Sputnik provided some interest- 
ing observations and often members departed from 
a meeting, their heads awhirl with the intricacies 
of the binomial system or the almost impossible 
number puzzles. 



Jane Hanabury and Kenneth Hawes practice with a transit. 

Edwin Laramee and William Brown demonstrate use 
of a gravity protractor. 



MATH CLUB 





i 



SPUTNIK! Left to right: Diane Pannier, William Boud 
reau, Kenneth Hawes, Mr. Raymond, Bruce Stevens, Fran 
cis Milmore. 



Left to right: Claire Goldthwaite, Barbara Pitts, 
Thomas Daniele, Robert Verge, Robert Kirkland, 
Donald Mills. 



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LIBRARY CLUB 





LEARNING TO FILE CATALOGUE CARDS. Left CO righl 
Susan Allen. Barbara Bernard. Mary O'Brien. Josephine Bocchino, 
Miss Gloster. Adi iser. 



"JfHE OFFICERS: Claire Goldthwaite, 
President; Constance Carino, Vice- 
President; Cynthia Carlson, Secretary; 
Joyce Abruzzese, Treasurer. 

Composed of students who have an 
interest in library work and some who 
just like to read, the Library Club helps 
to maintain the neatness and efficiency 
of the school library. Under the direc- 
tion of Miss Gloster, school librarian 
and Library Club Adviser, club members 
learn some of the details of library pro- 
cedure. 

This year the Library Club visited the 
Christian Science Monitor building, held 
its annual Christmas party, attended the 
play "No Time for Sergeants," and en- 
joyed an outing at the end of the year. 




Left to right: (seated) Constance Carino, Claire Goldthwaite, Joyce 
Abruzzese, Cynthia Carlson. And (standing) Barbara Bernard, Susan 
Allen, Mary O'Brien, Marianne Potts, Josephine Bocchino, Joan Studley, 
Joyce Bailey. 



SHELVING BOOKS. Cynthia Carlson and gH 
Joyce Abruzzese learn from Claire Gold- I 
thwaite. »— -j 




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ORATORICAL CONTEST 



]|^HIS YEAR, for the first time, the re were two 
winners, as the annual American Legion Ora- 
torical Contest was sponsored by two Legion Posts, 
the George R. Bean Post Number 401 and Wey- 
mouth Post Number 79. The winners, Francis Ang- 
lin and Patricia Jack, were selected from the six 
semi-finalists. Francis spoke on the Constitution 
as "The Greatest Experiment" and Patricia com- 
pared our country to an orchestra in which each 
person must play his part or bring discord into 
<! The Unfinished Symphony," our nation's history. 
Other semi-finalists were Katherine Batchelder, 
Nancy Lee, Richard Osgood, and William Salis- 
bury. With the aid of Mr. William Kearns and Mr. 
William Longridge, each contestant wrote and de- 
livered an oration worthy of praise. 

Patricia Jack brought honor to her school by 
placing second in the district contest. Congratula- 
tions! 



Mr. Longridge, the coach, congratulates one winner, 
Patricia Jack. 

Mr. George McKinley, representing American Legion Pest 
No. 79, congratulates one winner, Francis Anglin. 





SIX WORTHY CONTESTANTS. Left to right: 
(seated; Patricia Jack, Nancy Lee, Katherine Bat- 
chelder. And (standing) Francis Anglin, Wil- 
liam Salisbury, Richard Osgood. 



Left to right: Mr. Longridge, the coach; Patricia Jack, 
Francis Anglin, the winners; Mr. George McKinley, 
American Legion representative. 



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SPANISH CLUB 



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Left to right: (seated) Mrs. Deny and Mrs Bedell, Club Advisers. 
And (standing) Senontas Judith Palmer, Nancy Stonehouse. Mary 
Kearns, Judith Elms, Natalie Glidden. 



THE OFFICERS: Cynthia John- 
ston, President; Gail Loud, Vice- 
President; Dianne MacKinnon, Sec- 
retary; Janice Ingham, Treasurer; 
Rhodena Watt. Refreshment Chair- 
man. 

Spanish Club met the second 
Wednesday of every month. Being 
in earnest about learning the language, 
dub members always conducted their 
business meetings entirely in Spanish. 
Such a practice gives good experience 
in listening, interpreting, and speak- 
ing. Some of t'ic highlights of the 
year included a vocabulary game in 
Spanish, the Christmas partv with the 
traditional pinata, and a talk by the 
student teacher, Miss Keefe, who dis- 
cussed the possible vocations a Spanish 
language students may enter. Thanks 
to the advisers, Mrs. Derry and Mrs. 
Bedell, the club enjoyed an active, 
successful year. 




BREAKING THE PINATA. Left to right: Judith 
Kelley, Cynthia Carlson, Donna Belcher, Mary Ellen 
Grant, Cynthia Johnston. 




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FUTURE BUSINESS LEADERS 



fblE OFFICERS: Joan Cirigliano, 
President; Patricia Bowman and Lois 
MacLeod, Vice-Presidents; Geraldine 
Osborn, Secretary; Elizabeth Schauer, 
Treasurer. 

This year the business club has enter- 
tained a twofold purpose: to help its 
members ( 1 ) develop a knowledge of 
business world and ( 2 ) decide what 
phase of business they would like to en- 
ter. Under the direction of Miss Dorothy 
MacGregor, Adviser, programs were 
planned with these goals in mind. Club 
members enjoyed visits from represent- 
atives of various businesses who ex- 
plained the many different facets of their 
particular fields. Among these speakers 
was a representative from the telephone 
company, an insurance firm, a bank, and 
a radio station. 




Lett to right: (seated) Lawraine Fall; Miss D. MacGregor, Advisor; 
Diane Blakeman; Ann McShane; Judith Sorenson. And (standing) 
Geraldine Osborn, Myra LaMontagne, Madeline Carriero, Barbara 
Nicholson, Lois MacLeod, Alyce Moakley, Elizabeth McDonald, 
Patricia Bowman. 



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DEMONSTRATING GOOD TYPING HABITS: 
Left lo right: (seated) Joan Cirigliano, President. 
And (standing; Geraldine Osborn, Secretary; Lois 
MacLeod, Vice-President; Patricia Bowman, Vice- 
President; Elizabeth Schauer, Treasurer. 



DEMONSTRATING THE DUPLICATOR. Left to right: 
Sheila Walsh, Linda Damon, Judythe Clarke, Jeanne Milmore, 
Joan Cirigliano, Alice Appleton. 



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FUTURE TEACHERS 




Left to right: Linda Daniele, Rita Cicihese, Patricia Giblin. Maryellcn 
Callahan, Miss Pearson, Adviser; Sheila Wo;>dworth. Luc. lie Comeau, 
Maureen Barbuto, Kristyn Chappel. 



XHE OFFICERS: Nancy Elliott, 
President; Sheila Woodworth, 
Vice-President; Holly Stoner, Secre- 
tary; Kathleen Davis, Treasurer. 

Under the direction of Miss Pear- 
son club members developed their 
year's program around a basic theme: 
the teacher's role in passing down cul- 
ture to each generation. The club en- 
joyed many interesting speakers. Mrs. 
Elliott spoke on first grade teaching. 
Mr. Nelson explained methods of 
teaching in the field of agriculture. 
Miss (iall.mi found tunc in her bllSV 
schedule to describe the rewards and 
pitfalls of teaching in general. And 
Miss MrGovern explained just exactly 
how to "put your subject across." 
Future Teachers feel that their year 
has been a busy and successful one. 




Left to right: (seated) Kathleen Davis, Carol Coady. 
And (standing) Dian Crocker, Barbara Bingham, Pris- 
cilla Chick, Joanne Clark, Freda Denovan, Elizabeth 
Laing, Sandra Hamblin. 



Left to right: (seated) Elaine Baxter, Anne West. And (standing; 
Sylvia Nickerson, Ruthanne Elder, Eleanor Fay, Nancy Wollaston, 
Carole Boynton, Karen Busch, Ivy Nort. 



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FUTURE NURSES 



fHE OFFICERS: Theresa Maz- 
zola, President; Donna Wilson, 
Vice-President; Carol Guinette, 
Treasurer; Barbara Gould, Corres- 
ponding Secretary. 

The purpose of this club is to 
stimulate interest in the nursing pro- 
fession. Under the expert leadership 
of Miss Stockwell, Adviser, and an 
excellent slate of officers, Future 
Nurses enjoyed an inspiring and 
successful year. Guest speakers in- 
cluded student nurses, a visiting 
teacher, and an African missionary 
nurse. Field trips to nearby hos- 
pitals were enlightening. Several of 
the club members played an active 
part in the tuberculosis X-ray clinic, 
serving as registrars when the X- 
raymobile visited Weymouth High 
School. 




Left to right: (seated) Theresa Mazzola; Miss Stockwell, Adviser And 
(standing) Donna Wilson, Patricia Leone, Cynthia Johnston, Elizabeth 
Williams. Barbara Gould, Marilyn Sturgis, Katherine Stubbert 




X-RAYMOBILE 

H OF MASSAC 



MENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH 





Left to right: Donna Wilson, Vice-President; 
Theresa Mazzola, President; Barbara Gould, 
Treasurer. 



ASSISTING WITH THE TUBERCULOSIS X-RAY CLINIC. 
Left to right: Carol Guinette, Theresa Mazzola, Barbara Gould. 



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THAT'S MY COUSIN 




Left to right: Jacqueline B<x)th, Russell Ritchie, 
Jacqueline Query. "How! Me Big Wind." 



Left to right: Bruce Avery, Jacqueline Query, Keith 
Larson. Oh, there you are, you blasted idiot." 




Left to right: Robert Minnis, Left to right: Rogers Chase, William Fair- Marv Ann Santacroce Oh, 

Joan Carroll. "When We banks. "Stick em up!" Iv e Called Her an Old Bag 

Waltz." OBolts." 



Left to right: 
Patricia Jack. 



Sheila Natale, Roberta Nicholson, 
We're Here to Find a Man.'' 



Left to right: Joyce Seeley, Robert Norcross. "Miss 
Tullina L'Amour!" 



(jQ)N THE snowy weekend of March twenty-first everyone at Weymouth High was happy to learn 
that Kitty Drake (Jackie Query) and her cousin Adele Warren (Janice Ingham) had inherited 
their uncle's dude ranch at Cross Road Canyon, Co lorado. Being impetuous, Kitty left her job and 
took the first bus West. How discouraged she was when she arrived at the defunct ranch! But Kitty 
had an idea — if only she could get some capital to repair her ranch. At this point she met Carleton 
Up de Graff (Keith Larson) who, being a banker's son, was the perfect foil for Kitty's enterprise. 
With an adequate loan from Bramwell Up de Graffs's (Bruce Avery's) bank, using Carleton's name 
as a co-signer on the note, she turned her inheritance into the attractive Uranium Dude Ranch. Al- 
though Custer Henshaw (Robert Minnis) , the sheriff, declared Kitty's advertising brochures illegal, 
an ad in the papers attracted three young girls, Jane Arnold (Patricia Jack), Mary Cooper (Sheila 
Natale), Helen Kruger (Roberta Nicholson), and Harriet Baker (Mary Ann Santacroce) , who was 
on a husband-hunting expedition. Life was looking brighter as Tullina L'Amour (Joyce Seeley), 
a TV actress, and her director, Kent Tyler (Robert Norcross), made reservations. Suddenly Bram- 
well Up de Graff stormed in, accused Kitty of forcing his son to sign the note and declared the ranch 
would be foreclosed if Kitty couldn't raise the money by Monday. 

It took some clever planning on Kitty's part to wiggle out of this dilemma. Burt Holbrook (Rogers 
Chase) and Bob Granger (William Fairbanks) found themselves involved along with Big Wind (Rus- 
sell Ritchie) , and Starlight (Jacqueline Booth) , his squaw. Millie Fisher (Joan Carroll) , the cook, and 
Clem Wagner (Donald Cody), coachman, groom, and handyman, contributed to the merriment. Wel- 
come visitors from Weymouth were Jack Smith and members of his orchestra: Jack Costa, Walter 
Heffernan, Karl Klasson, and George Peterson. Laura Hunter (Nancy Lee) contributed to the fun. 

All's well that ends well!" and a surprising climax brought howls of laughter from the audience 
and applause well earned by the young Weymouth actors. 



LAB ASSISTANTS, O.I. G.Y. 





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^HE MAINSTAYS of all our science courses are 
our lab assistants. Working in both the physiiJ 
and chemistry labs, they are responsible for the 
general upkeep and the cataloging of lab equi]-J 
ment. William Salisbury is the student in charge of 
the lab assistants under the direction of Mr. Lyonir 
These students find time to carry on their own ex^ 
primenting on the side and, who knows, from theJP 
humble beginnings we may gain another Einstein ql 
Newton! Of 

In Conjunction with the International Geophy^J 
cal Year, Mr. Ghiorse has organized a club formally 
termed as Observers of the International Geoph]ff 
sical Year or, to be brief, the O.I. G.Y. Club mem- 
bers li ne visited M.I.T. and have performed nurrjj 
crous cxperments concerning all phases of science. 

Conducting an experiment. Left to right: William mm 
Salisbury, Tom Granai. S3 

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Checking equipment. Left to right: Mary Tan- 
guay, Doris Hollis, Norman Dakin, Sheila Wood- 
worth. 



Left to right: (front row > Peter Robie, Jeffrey Everson, 
Peter Fickett, Colin Shaw, Robert Martin, Murdo Dowds. 
i Rear row> Edwin Laramee, Brian McKee, Kenneth Hawes, 
Alan Alemian, Russell Ritchie, Craig Winkfield, Thomas 

Foster. 



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"^EYMOUTH HIGH is thankful to the 
A. V. Club for its many skilled operators 
of the audio-visual equipment. We found our 
classes and extra-curricular activities made more 
interesting and varied through motion pictures, 
film strips, records, and tape recordings; and we 
know that no assembly or dance was ever held 
without at least one A. V. member in the back- 
ground. This year the club was headed by two 
seniors, Roy Eaton and Dave Mahn, both of 
whom have been in A. V. work since junior 
high. 



Douglas Fernald and Mr. Cleaves, Weymouth 
Audio-Visual Director, check the film library. 

Daniel Jacques and Mr. Steele, High School A. V. 
Coordinator, check a movie camera. 



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A. V. CLUB 



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Left to right: Neil Lane, Robert McAfee, Co-Manager 
Roy Eaton, Co-Manager David Mahn, Douglas Fernald, 
Douglas Welsh, Daniel Jacques. 



Roy Eaton and David Mahn get ready to record. 



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GIRLS' SPORTS 




\N INTEGRAL part of Weymouth 
High are the blue-clad figures en- 
grossed in a spirited athletic contest. At 
almost any time of year you can see these 
girls enjoying an exciting game whether 
it be field hockey or softball at Libby 
Field or one of the many indoor sports. 
Instructed enthusiastically by Miss Ar- 
nold and Mrs. Olson, the girls may take 
part in field hockey, volleyball, basket- 
ball, badminton, softball, and tennis. 



BADMINTON. Left to right: Linda Tonry, Phyllis Sweet. 




OOOPS! ALMOST! 
Left to right: Roberta Mac- 
Leod, Pamela Pray. 



BATTER L P! Sharon Taylor, catcher; Phyllis Sweet, batter. 



OUT AT HOME! 
Patricia Cavanaugh. 




SHOOT! Left to right: Linda Tonry, Sharon Taylor, Roberta 
MacLeod, Nancy Pray. 

BASKETBALL. Left to right: Roberta Mac- 
Leod, Doris Hollis. 



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TENNIS HOPEFULS. Left to right: Pamela Pray, 
Linda Tonry, Phyllis Sweet, Nancy Pray. 



MORE TENNIS. Left to right: Roberta MacLeod, 
Cynthia Johnston, Doris Hollis, Patricia Leone. 



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BAND, CHORUS, ORCHESTRA 




CHORUS. Left to right: (bottom row) S. 
McBride, G. Carter, E. Bugbee. ( Second row ) 
L. Daniele, D. Mulligan, P. Riley, J. DeWolfe. 
J. Studley, S. Ainslie, J. Roanowicz. (Third 
row) S. Spinney, J. Beckham, N. Elliott, S. 
Turner, D. Innis, J. Raymond, L. MacLeod, S. 
Barnes. And (top row) J. Hill, A. LaGasse, 
S. Smith, M. Taylor, M. MacMurray, J. Olinto, 
K McCarthy, L. Hardy. 



BAND MAJORETTES Lift to right: (bottom row) D. Holden, D. Blakeman, 
K. Mansfield, K. Hanson, N. Springer, M. MacLean, C. Payne, J. MacDonald, 
G. Connolly, C. Boynton, P. Sweet, L. Tonry, B. Pitts. (Second row) A. Risley, 
(Behind Risley: R. Weir), B. Webster, K. Klasson, M. Dowds, T. Miller, 
J. Collins, D. Sullivan. P. Walls, C. Vinton, K. Happel. (Third row) J. 
Kami. C. Elliott, P. Roche. D. Sterling, S. Hodges, W. Stella, P. Chase, J. 
Nicholls, R Perrier. (Fourth row) J. Gulinello, G. Peterson, P. Boudreau 
M. Auker, D. Hoitt. R Loukola, D. Piller. P. Marshall, B. Philbrick. And (top 
row) C. Winkheld, W. Heffernan, P. Cleaves, P. Belcher, C. Pratt. 




Left to right: Linda Tonry, Charles Elliott, 
Donna Holden, Daniel Piller. 



Left to right: Philip Walls, Phyllis Sweet, Peter Marshall. 



^HE MUSICAL organizations at Wey- 
mouth High experienced another 
active year. All three groups, the orch- 
estra and chorus under Mr. Jack's direc- 
tion, and the band under Mr. Warren's 
direction, met five days a week. 

The band was especially busy during 
the football season, drilling for its weekly 
exhibition. The chorus performed at the 
Christmas assembly. Both band and orch- 
estra found time to participate in various 
parades and festivals during the school 
year. Members from all three groups 
attended the Massachusetts All State 
Festival and the New England Music 
Festival, wonderful experiences both 
musically and socially. 

A red letter day came for the band 
when members sported their new uni- 
forms at the annual spring concert. 



Left to right: (bottom row) J. Katin, L. Hardy, P. Boudreau, J. Free- 
man, L. Beard, N. Pray, L. Tonry, S. Elms, P. Jack, N. O'Donnell. 
(Second row) C. Tonsing, S. Fultz, G, Peterson, D. Sterling, P. Belcher, 
W. Slaven, C. Vinton, P. Sweet, C. Boynton, K. Mansfield, P. Walls, M. 
Auker. (Third row) W. Heffernan, D. Holden, D. Blakeman, R. Church, 
P. Cleaves, B. Webster, K. Hanson, K. Klasson, C. Winkfield, D. Clapp. 
And (top row) N. Elliott, A. Risley, R. Perrier, C. Elliott, C. Pratt. 




Seated: Nancy Pray. 
Standing: Nancy Elliott. 



Left to right: Richard Perrier, Charles 
Elliott. 



Left to right: Carol Tonsing, Marsha 
Auker, Diane Pannier. 



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CHEERLEADERS AND MAJORETTES 



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Left to right: Roberta Nicholson, Katherine Batchelder, Donna 
Peterson. Irene Bush, Patricia McMorrow, Joan Carroll, Natalie 
Shober, Bonnie Tirrell, Susan Veiloe. 



|UR CHEERLEADERS and ma- 
jorettes, always the most spirited 
groups in school, have cheered our 
football, basketball, and track teams 
on to victory. Under the leadership 
of Head Cheerleader, Patricia McMor- 
row, the girls have responded consci- 
entiously and nobly! They are as fol- 
lows: W — Roberta Nicholson; E — 
Tucket Batchelder; Y — Donna 

Peterson; M — Irene Bush; O — Joan 
Carroll; U — Natale Shober; T — 
Bonnie Tirrell; H — Susan Vedoe. 
Rhodena Watt, Sandra Russell, Susan 
Barnes, and Mary Ellen Grant were 
the subs. Also helping with the cheer- 
ing were mascots Claire Johnson and 
Paul McMorrow. 




Left to right: Sandra Russell, Mary Ellen Grant, Susan 
Barnes, Rhodena Watt. 



Left to right: Paul McMorrow, Mascot: Patricia 
McMorrow, Head Cheerleader; Claire Johnson, 
Mascot. 




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Our majorettes, Norma Springer, 
Beverly Williams, Judy Sarty, Judy 
MacDonald, Mary McLean, Gail Con- 
nolly, led by Head Majorette, Cynthia 
Payne, have twirled their batons at 
football games, assemblies, and 
rades. 



pa- 



Left to right: (kneeling) Judith Sarty, Cynthia Payne, Norma 
Springer. And (standing) Beverly Williams, Mary McLean, Gail 
Connolly, Judith MacDonald. 













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l HI PKP i:LUB. Lefl i<> riglit: (seated) Joan Cirigliano, 
SalK Cazeanll, Elizabeth Roche, Eleanor Tangherlini, Eliza - 
Ijelll O'Brien. I'ats\ MtMorrou. And (standing) Marilyn 
Suirgis. Jeanne Milmore, Carol Fay. Valerie Culpon, Miss 
Morris. Adviser; Joyce Shannon. Joan Shanahan, (Catherine 
Siubbert. Mar\ O'Connell. 



Left to right: Vicker DiGravio, Football Co-Captain; 
Patricia McMorrow, Head Cheerleader; Cynthia Payne, 
Head Majorette; Richard Laine, Football Co-Captain. 



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FOOTBALL 




Left to right: (front row) Manager C. O'Brien, R. Murley, J. Fitz- 
gerald, P. DiPlacido, S. Pizzi, G. Hurlburt. P. McDcrmott. (). Gibson, 
J. Salin, P. Meuse, R. Larson. A. Black, M. Brophy, J. Gulinello, Coach 
Hayes. (Second row) Coaih Fisher. R Ryerson, W. Stella, V. Di- 
Gravio, W. Hay, J. Brown, G. Nystrom, W. Jones, W. Pagnano, R. 
Pierce, R. Jones, T. Granai, R. Dorey, J. Player, R. Laine, Coach 
Mazzola, Ccach Dempsey. And (rear row) R Minms, D. Grady, K. 
Mellor, R. Ho.>le, M. Dunning, M. Hassan, D. Frank, D. Knudsen, 
W. Minnis, R. Hobson, K. Margeson, R. DiGravio, D. Doiron. J. 
D'Angelo, R. McPhcrson, C. SchleifT, J. OToole, S. Hodges. 



|"HIS YEAR our football team un- 
der Coach Jackie Fisher had a 
season of which it may well be proud. 
Defeating such teams as Quincy, Med- 
ford, Somerville, Chelsea, and our 
arch Thanksgiving Day rival, Brock- 
ton, the team racked up an enviable 
record. Our co-captains, Vic DiGravio 
and Dick Laine, led our team wisely 
and well and were backed by a squad 
that proved its worth during a long 
and tough season. The seniors on the 
squad are James Brown, Vic DiGravio, 
Richard Dorey, Thomas Granai, 
Richard Jones, Richard Laine, George 
Nystrom, William Pagnano, Richard 
Pierce, William Hay, William Jones, 
and John Player. 




Weymouth 
Weymouth 
Weymouth 
Weymouth 
Weymouth 
Weymouth 
Weymouth 




THE RECORD 



27 Brookline 

1 2 Quincy 
48 Medford 

20 Chelsea 

13 Arlington 

2 1 Somerville 
32 Brockton 



"THE TOP BRASS!" Left to right: Coach Dempsey, Coach 
Mazzola, Coach Hayes, Coach Fisher. 




CONGRATULATIONS: Left to right: Mr. Robert 
J. Verge, President, W.H.S. Athletic Council; William 
Pagnano, winner of "most improved player" trophy; 
Vicker DiGravio. winner of the Oscar Horton Me- 
morial Trophy; Thomas M. Welch, Treasurer, W.H.S. 
Athletic Council. 



VICTORY! 



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BASKETBALL 




I UK VARSITY. left to right: i km-Hingi Muh.itl (.011, Man kemp. 
I'aul (.ammell. |ohn Stewart. Donald Cod\. \li\an<Ui I i lianou ii/. 
Robert Ryerson. And (standing) Coach Lordi, Vicker DiCravio, 
Robert Danielc, Rirhard 1-aine. < a|>t.nn Kenneth Margeson. George 
Nystrom, Manager David Weinfeld, 



HJNDER OUR new coach, Mr. 

Lordi, the basketball team enjoyed 
a successful year, completing its first 
season in the Greater Boston League 
with a 1 2-6 record. The season was 
exciting from start to finish, but the 
real thriller was the last game with 
Medford, which we needed to win to 
enter the Tech Tourney. Down by four 
points with a minute and a half to go, 
it was only the time-outs and the plays 
so skillfully employed by the team that 
enabled us to win this all important 
game. The senior members of the bas- 
ketball team are Donald Cody, Vicker 
DiGravio, Paul Gammell. Alan Kemp, 
Richard Laine, George Nystrom, 
John Stewert, and Alexander Urbano- 
wicz. 





Richard Laine (Number 22). 



Alan Kemp (Number 23). 



THE RECORD 



Weymouth 


59 


Lowell 


45 


Weymouth 


42 


Chelsea 


35 


Weymouth 


57 


Revere 


43 


Weymouth 


47 


North Quincy 36 


Weymouth 


51 


Maiden 


37 


Weymouth 


48 


Everett 


52 


Weymouth 


50 


Somerville 


68 


Weymouth 


44 


Quincy 


65 


Weymouth 


69 


Medford 


42 


Weymouth 


65 


Lowell 


52 


Weymouth 


68 


Chelsea 


57 




THE JUNIOR VARSITY. Left to right: (kneeling) Coach Mazzola, Roger 
Larson, Gary Kemp, Ronald DiGravio, James Balcom, Alan Black. And 
(standing; William O'Brien, Paul Bevacqua, John Keohan, Philip Cleaves, 
Robert Weir, Spencer Hodges, Gary Beebower. 




John Stewart ( Number 13), Kenneth Mar 
geson ( Number 24 ) . 



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TRACK AND CROSS COUNTRY 




Left to ri>*ht : (front row) Manager G. Mullin, R. Mills. T. Blcakney, 
C. Quirk, J. Rinella, K. Larson, T. Towle, J. Berg. And (rear row) 
Coach Pratt, M. Barry, G. Lambert, G. Robinson, D. Welsh, J. Bruce, 
A. Blcakney, J. Santacroce, P. Nash, J. Moore, Coach Page. 



QUR TRACK and cross country teams sr- 

enjoyed excellent seasons, defeating 
such rivals as Quincy, Braintree, Brock- |^ 
ton, Scituate, North Quincy, Wellesley, 
and Needham. With seventy teams com- |£ 
peting at the State Meet, the Weymouth 
track team placed fourth. The cross coun- |£ 
try team won the South Shore Meet 
and placed fifth in the State Meet. Our §^ 
track coaches, Mr. Page and Mr. Pratt, 
deserve much credit for producing con- 
sistently excellent and well trained teams 
year after year. Senior track and cross 
country men are Thomas Blcakney, 
James Brown, Richard Dorey, David 
Dowst, Theodore Field, Ray Granai, 
Richard Jones, Keith Larson, Alan Mac- 
pherson, Richard Mills, James Moore, 
William Pagnano, Neal Quirk, James fcC 
Rinella, Richard Stilphen, and George 
Mullin, manager. C 




Left to right: David Moakley, Allen King, Tom Towle, David 
Crocker, Edward Schneiderhan, James Fitzgerald, James Russell, 
John Collins, Arthur Bleakney, Philip Bryant. 



UP AND OVER! James Gibson. 



THE RECORD 



Cross Country 








(Low score wins) 






Weymouth 


32 


New Bedford 


23 


Weymouth 


19 


Braintree 


36 


Weymouth 


15 


Quincy 


40 


Weymouth 


20 


Brockton 


39 


Weymouth 


27 


Scituate 


29 


Weymouth 


22 


North Quincy 30 


Winter Track 








(high score wins) 






Weymouth 


57 


North Quincy 


20 


Weymouth 


61 


Wellesley 


16 


Weymouth 


53 


Needham 


24 


Weymouth 


43 


Brookline 


34 





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Left to right: (in front) J. Moore. (Bottom row) R. Stilphen, T. 
Bleakney, J. Rinella, T. Fields, J. Gibson, C. Quirk, D. Dowst. (Second 
row) R. Mills, W. Pagnano, A. Macpherson, T. Granai, A. Bleakney, 
L. Flathers. (Third row) R. Moakley, A. King, P. DePlacido, D. Croc- 
ker, G. Hurlburt, J. Brown, N. Burke. And (top row) P. Brvant, J. 
Collins. T. Towle, E. Schneiderhan, J. Russell. 



Left to right: Richard Stilphen, Keith Lar- 
son, James Rinella, Thomas Bleakney, Neal 
Quirk. 



Left to right: George Mullin, Richard Mills, Thomas Bleakney, 
Keith Larson, Neal Quirk, James Rinella, Coach Page. 



BASEBALL 




BASEBALL 

^GAIN our baseball team under Coach Fisher 
had an exciting and vigorous season. Against 
a succession of able opponents the team proved it- 
self aggressive and determined, a strong opposition 
to any team. Both on and off the diamond the team 
held to its standards of fair plav and sportsmanship. 



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PLAY BALL! Donald Gustafson. 



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Coach Hayes passes on the good word to John Salin. 



GOOD FIELDING! James McGrath. 




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Left to right: (bottom row) T. Graham, L. Scolamiero, F. Ransom, W. Pagnano, G. Christensen, 
O. Gibson, J. Fitzsimmons. (Middle row) V. DiGravio, J. Salin, A. Colarusso, J. Plaver, M 
Dunning. R. McPherson, N. Lewis, D. Gustafson. And (top row) J. McGrath T Gra'nai R 
Lame, T. Keefe, P. Gammell, P. McDermott. 




AN EAGLE EYE! Tom Graham. 



READY FOR ACTION! Left to right: George Lane, Rich- 
ard Laine. 



HOCKEY 




]fHE HOCKEY TEAM, enjoying its best 
season yet, ranked fourth in the South 
Shore League with a record of four wins and 
three losses. In the playoffs the squad tied for 
third place with two losses and an exciting tie 
game with Scituate. Mr. Dempsey has done a 
fine job of coaching this sport, a relatively new 
one at Weymouth High School. As only a few 
players graduate in June, next season should 
also be a good one. The senior members of the 
hockey team are Robert Healy, Francis Healy, 
Frank Rand, Joseph Rizzo, David Barry, and 
John Player. 



▲ CHASING THE PUCK! David Barry. 



WATCH I H \ I PUCK! Francis Heah. 




MOVING IN FOR THE FIGHT! Left to right: 
Robert MacDonald, John Player. 



Left to right: (kneeling) Fred Ransom. William Hale. Pershing 
Rennie, Robert MacDonald. John Salin, John Plaver, Bob Douglas. 
And islanding) Robert Healev. Francis Healy, Robert Grecnhalgh, 
David Budden, Michael Lean, David Barry, Coach Dempsey. 




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AGRICULTURE 



AGRICULTURE is another field 
in which Weymouth boys may be 
trained as the high school houses a 
branch of the Norfolk County Agri- 
culture School. Boys electing this 
course gain invaluable experience in 
preparation for various agricultural 
pursuits^ eventually majoring in one 
area of their choice. During the school 
year they study the care of plants and 
livestock; and during the summer 
months they work in nurseries or on 
farms throughout New England. The 
summer job is an integral part of the 
agriculture program, for advisers visit 
and grade the boys on their summer 
work. 



Mr. Clifford Cottrell, instructor at Norfolk County 
Agricultural School, conducts the tractor driving test. 
Seated on tractor: Richard Jones. Observing: James 
Gaffney. 



William Donovan, Kenneth Melanson and Robert 
Gove mix cement for the foundation of Ketcham's 
greenhouse, South Weymouth. 




William Donovan does his chores on a poultry 
farm in Vermont. 



The Aggie" boys construct a dairy barn for Charles Hard- 
wick, Hingham, Massachusetts. 



J 14 



AUTO MECHANICS 





XHE SERVICES of our Automobile 
Shop are constantly in demand. Here 
future mechanics are trained in all phases of 
automobile repair. They learn how to spot 
trouble quickly and how best to correct the 
difficulty once it has been diagnosed. The 
steady stream of satisfied customers waiting 
for service provides the boys with ample op- 
portunity to put their theory into practice. 
Their course of study includes also an ex- 
amination of the newest developments and 
improvements in engine design. 



Mr. Marshman and Michael Bermingham hunt for 
the trouble. 

WHAT'S UNDER THE HOOD! Left to right: 
Anthony Facella, Edward Devine. 



MORE INTRICACIES OF AUTO REPAIR. George Viglas 
and Everett Fisher assist each other. 



REPAIRING AN AUTO FAN. Mr. Meda in- 
structs Benjamin Warshaw. 




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fHE PROJECT that occupies the 
greater part of the year for those in 
the Sheet Metal Shop is the construction 
and installation of the heating system for 
the new house being built by the Carpen- 
try Shop. This work prepares the boys in 
the more important phases of their voca- 
tion and will enable them to become 
skilled members of the sheet metal indus- 
try. 



SHEET METAL 




John Daly receives instruction from Mr. Clarke 
on use of rhe electric drill. 



James Murphy turns the edge of a flange for a 
] T-joint. 




Robert Hawes completes a soldering job. 

) 



Newman Daley sands an ornamental rai 



16 



PRINTING 





JN THE Printing Department the boys are 
trained not only in the operation of presses, 
hand-fed and automatic, but also in the use of 
the linotype, the ludlow, and other machines 
such as the stitcher and the folding machine. 
This shop is the busiest spot in the Weymouth 
school system, bar none! Young printers pro- 
duce the REFLECTOR, the Yearbook, a mul- 
titudinous number of tickets, posters, bro- 
chures, and handle virtually all the printing 
required by the Superintendent's Office. 

We of the Yearbook staff would especially 
like to thank the boys of the Printing Depart- 
ment for the work they have done on this 
year's issue. 



Mr. Collins and Richard Hutchinson okay copy 
before the run. C 

Henry Keefe, Mr. Perry, and Edward Parry check IC 
Reflector make-up. 




James Gibson operates a linotype. 



Herbert Webster assembles type before casting in — 
ludlow. 




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CABINETMAKING 



EYE the work of our Cabinet Making 
Shop is a pleasure. Students here turn out 
products that are skillfully built and carefully 
finished. Some boys construct furniture for 
the house being built by the carpentry stu- 
dents. Others fill orders of various types that 
come in from the schools. Thus a variety of 
jobs provide these students with an excellent 
background for their chosen vocation of cab- 
inet making. 



Mr. Dwyer and Edward Rowell check the clamps on 
the table. 



Robert Gill demonstrates how one glazes the curved 
windshield of a boat. 






A door incorrectly fitted is forever a problem! Nick 
DeToma and William Hay work on the fan shaped 
window. 



Measurement has to be exact in cabinet making. David 
Barry checks a measurement. 



US 



CARPENTRY 




]£ACH YEAR students in the carpentry course at 
Weymouth Vocational School construct a house 
from the foundation up. In the course of this con- 
struction, each boy learns the ins and outs of building 
every part of the house. This is training that teaches 
him many tricks of the trade. With the detail and care 
that building this house entails it is certain that no boy 
who participates will be unprepared for his future as 
a carpenter. 




Top photo: Thomas Keefe sandpapers the top of a bookcase. 

Bottom photo: A jointer must be carefully used. Thomas 
Foley demonstrates. 



John Player (hecks his work while Mr. Henley 
observes. 



roug h PRAYER 

A silent prayer, a humble wish 
May it bring serenity and peace 
To ourselves, our nation, our wor 11 



120 




Q 

-N/ EAR LORD and Father of Mankind. 

As we stand before Thee and the world, assembled together for the last 
time, on this, our Graduation Day, may we never forget that all that we are and 

have we owe to Thee. 

Help us to know that Thou will always stand beside us wherever we may be. 
Help us to help ourselves throughout every moment of our lives. 

We give Thee thanks, Gracious Father, for the numerous opportunities that 
have been presented to us. May we truly appreciate Thy gifts. 

In the midst of all our plans and activities, make us realize that without Thy 
guidance all would be in vain. 

As we walk along life's road, help us not to fall by the wayside because dif 
ficulties seem to overwhelm us. May we know that we have only to lift our eyes 
heavenward, utter a silent prayer, and continue to strive for the right, for Thou 
will always answer. 

We thank Thee, too, for our years at Weymouth High School. May we remem- 
ber in the years to come the many times we passed our beloved Cross of Gray 
and the pleasant hours we have spent und.r the protection of its shadow. 

Cleanse our hearts of any grudges we may hold so that we shall start out on 
the road ahead with light hearts and open minds. 

And be it Thy will. Blessed Lord, that our great country, under our leadership, 
may prosper and grow in the way of truth and right. 

This we ask in Thy name. 

Amen . 




Compliments of 


UNITED 




BURNER 


Janip H C anrv 

l/ u i 1 1 u i i i* i cj i i >w y 




Jfmtrral §rrutrr 






Range Oils Heating 


DANIEL H. CLANCY 


Radios 


JOHN F. CLANCY 


Fuel Oils Television 




Stokers 


EDgcwaU-r 7-111 1 


Records Electrical Appliances 


UH) Washington Street 


JACKSON SQUARE 


Wcymouih SS. M.iss. 


EAST WEYMOUTH 




Tel. ED 7-1630 



* (Recited /azmd * 

INCORPORATED 

WEYMOUTH'S 

MOST OUTSTANDING 

SUPER MARKET 

eKouyfi t<x &erve you . . . 

Route 128 South Weymouth 

Quincy Super Market located at 050 Adams Street, Quincy 



122 



"Your Friendly 
five eind ten" 

(!. I Janson 



Five to $1.00 Store 

100 Pleasant Street 
South \^ e\ mouth 



REIDY'S 

Drug Store 

Daniel Reidy, Reg. PH. 
Richard Reidy, Reg. PH. 

^ Prescription 
Druggists 

JACKSON SQUARE 
EAST WEYMOUTH 

Telephone: EDgewater 5^0690 



Best Wishes to 
Class of '58 

M. R. Loud k Company 

Serving Since 1895 

Authorized dealer for . . . 

• Scott's Lawn Products 

• Delta Power Tools 

• Hardware 

• Paints 

VISIT THE GIFT SHOP . . . 

GIFTS for ALL OCCASIONS 

EXPERT GIFT WRAPPING 
10 UNION ST. SO. WEYMOUTH 



JESSEMAN'S 



HARDWARE STORE 



Fred E. Rand, Proprietor 



COLUMBIAN SQUARE 

SOUTH WEYMOUTH, MASS 
TEL. ED 74960 



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Compliments of 




Jayne's 

Feminine Apparel 



Compliments of 

THE 




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BETTY BARKER, Proprietor 
407 MIDDLE STREET 
EAST WEYMOUTH 

INDIVIDUAL HAIRSTVLING 
A SPECIALTY 

Phone EDgevvatcr 5-7654 



WILLIAM WESTLAND 

Company 

Equipment for Every Sport" 



11 Revere Road 



Quincy, Mass. 



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CONGRATULATIONS . . . 

graduating class of 

nineteen hundred fifty-eight 



rom your 



PHOTOGRAPHERS 



MADELINE and JOHN HOBBS 




HOBBS STUDIO 

819 BROAD STREET EAST WEYMOUTH 

Telephone: EDgewa ter 5-41Q5 



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PONTIAC, Inc. 
ponnnc crrs 

E i i>t n Repairing <>» 
I// Wakei >>f ( 'an 

• Bod\ and lender \\ ork 

• Vuto Repairing 

J") M.iin S|| eel 

\\ <\ IIIOIll ll. MilSS. 

J ■ i ncl Km Routes 3 and I W 

I Dvrwatrr ")- \ 100 



I'clcplioiii' I Dm'waiei 7-0 127 




15 FRONT STREET 
\\ I 1 MOI III. M ISS 



Telephone: EDgewatcr 5'2I50 



lUrunuutth 3) riuclrrs 

Sttcortmraieb 

HAMILTON WATCH 
DEALERS 



( in. ir. mti i J w.itch .ind jewelry rcp.urinj; 

-v 

I [AROLD POL1 \< K 

71 WASHINGTON STREET 
WEYMOUTH, MASS. 



KING OAK 

SERVICE 
STATION 

Ah in K. King, Jr., Prop. 



• CITIES SERVICE PRODUCTS 
• LUBRICATION 
• ACCESSORIES 
• BATTERIES 
• TIRES 
570 North Street ED 5-2260 



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BARBARA'S 



7 UNION ST. 
SOUTH WEYMOUTH 
ED 5-1881 



NIWMI 





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"The Service Stores" 

• Weymouth 

• Hingham 

DELIVERY SERVICE 



You are invited . . . to test drive 

A New Kind of FORD for '58 



SEE US OR PHONE 



JESSE JAMES MOTORS 

Your Friendly FORD Dealer 

374 Washington Street Weymouth. Mass. 

Telephone: EDgewater 5-2219 



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I iV2 \\ ashinuton Mnri 



WeymOUth I -anding 



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Specializing in 

IM RSON VI l/l I) Din ( I I AMNC 

Done on l'remi>es 
\\ e m i \ our own Special I'ormulas 

ft GOWNS # 

Anthony Scoppcttuolo. Ownrr'Opcrator 



I ORMALS 



Compliments oj 



HUDSON 



BUS 



* 



* 



LINES, Inc 



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WEYMOUTH 
SPORTING 


HI RDinr^H KIAQU 
bLBKIU^b INAoH 


GOODS 


DRUG CO. 


• Athletic and Sport Equipment 


Eetablished 1875 


• Jackets and Trophies 




• Team Outfitting 


E 


779 Broad Street 


COLUMBIAN SQUARE 


SOUTH WEYMOUTH, MASS. 


East Weymouth, Mass. 




EDgewater 5-3663 


J. W. Campbell, Reg. Manager 


BOB KARSTUNEN 


EDgewater 5-2388 



CLARK and TABER, Inc. 

**Your Chevrolet Dealer" 

Home of Better Used Cars 

See our inexpensive department • Cars from $50 up 

WEYMOUTH LANDING 

Telephone: Victor 3-0970 

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BURRELL'S 
Variety Store 

Best Wishes to t lu- 
Class of '5S 



( O.MMI KCIAI SQl AR] 
BAST Wl VMOl ffl 



WEYMOUTH 
LUMBER 
COMPANY 



44 MILL STREET 
SO. WEYMOUTH 

EDgewater 7-1225 



D. R. KETCHAM 




1ST I'IM. STREET 
SOUTH W EYMOUTH 

EDj-cwater 5-1 808 



HARDWARE 

INCORPORATED 

585 NORTH STREET 
WEYMOUTH HEIGHTS, MASS. 
Telephone EDgewater 5-5240 



oLlncoln J^>c^uare 


WEYMOUTH HIGH'S 

Headquarters for Fine Fashions 


PHARMACY 

PRESCRIPTIONISTS 


DOROTHY ANN 


Nino L. Coletti, Reg. Ph. G. Prop. 


■Shop 


209 Washington St., Weymouth, Mass. 
ED 5-3430 


16 COMMERCIAL ST. 
WEYMOUTH LANDING 
ED 54262 



699 BRIDGE STREET 
NORTH WEYMOUTH 
TEL. ED 5-2517 



Dancing 

•fe Fridays 
Saturdays 



Available for . . . 

WEDDINGS * BANQUETS * PRIVATE PARTIES 




NELSON'S - 
WEYMOUTH 

U 'fs/iii<>/iouse 

o 

Laundromat 



2 *U)l H Din CI. I ANI\(, 



Next id Ail'. Smith Weymouth 



I I u.it, r S- HSS 



Jackson Square 

Pharmacy, Inc. 

ft "the Rcxall stores" ft 



Harold OpenshaW| Ph. G., 
Rtg. Pharmacist 

Air Conditioned for Your Comfort 

& 

804-806 Broad Street 
East Weymouth 
ED 5-5675 



PLYMOUTH 
ROCK 




eaitest 



ser\ ed 
exclusive!) 

x — in our 



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3 

3 



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Compliments of 


/I 1 i f\ t/~\ 

v welch dSeavitij 




WASHINGTON 


(Pi 
S^hoppe 


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LUMBER Co., Inc. 


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& & 


EDgewater 5-1325 


a 

an 


411 WASHINGTON STREET 
WEYMOUTH, MASS. 


4oS> Bridge btreet 

Nortk Weymoutk 


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Compliments of 

^tijle (Center 

ll^eautu Skop 
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Compliments oi 

Schafers 


• 


Weymouth Heights 


Camera onop 


• 


Shopping Center 


at Weymoutk Landing 


-a 

fl 
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579 Xortk Street 


28 Commercial Street 


Weymoutk Heigkts 

EDgewater 7-2977 


Victor 3-7010 



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STELLA'S 



U moppe 

COSMETICS and JEWELRY 

Gifts for all Occasions 

947 MAIN STREET 
SO. WEYMOUTH, MASS. 
EDgcwatcr 5-4390 



CORBO BROS. 

JACKSON SQUARE 
EAST WEYMOUTH 

• MEATS 

• FRUIT 

• SEA FOODS 

• GROCERIES 

• VEGETABLES 

• FROSTED FOODS 

EDgcwatcr 5-2026 



A mad da si i to gel I lis . . . 



VOLKSWAGEN 




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CUTLER till I ill! SALES, Inc. 



125 BRIDGE STREET 
NORTH WEYMOUTH 



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Greetings and Success 


Elum H;irkcll;ir 

Ulllll III! Jf III I 111 11(11 




TO THE GRADUATE 


INSURANCE 


:i 


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ATFNPY 






INC. 






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BUNTS 


INSURANCE 

\t l l j V v. 1 y C o V 1 lUllUM 


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Tel. ED 5-1171 or ED 5-1170 


a 




JACKSON SQUARE 


EAST WEYMOUTH 


EAST WEYMOUTH 


a 








. your South Shore 
fashion center 



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DOUCETTE 
& DESANTIS 




// 

cat tors 



i:i)p-u..tn .vi nod 

Residence: \ Icloi i- M)W 
I'M I \ DOl CI III 

i:n \\ .isliinuton Si.. \\ cMiioutli. M.i 




Wayside 

Furniture 

J7 /W' Avenue 

"Route 128" 
SOUTH WEYMOUTH 

O/ra Em lings 

Tel. ED 5^2407 

1939-1958 



Compliments of 



DIERSCH'S 



as 



owei-5 



Compliments of 

BOYLE'S 
PHARMACY 

Weymouth Landing 

formerly 

CUMMING'S 
DRUG STORE 



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CHECK WHAT YOU WANT: 



Good starting salary 
ivith regular raises 



Pleasant work with other 
girls and young men 

Prestige of a responsible job with 
a well-known and respected company 



If your list shows three checks, then you should 
check into what the Telephone Company has 
to offer you. Smart girls are doing it now, before 
they graduate from high school. Come in and 
see our employment interviewer soon. You'll 
enjoy talking with her. 

Act now, and you can say with pride, "I'm all 
set! I'm going to work with the Telephone 
Company!" 

See the Guidance Counselor at your school, and 
talk first with her about when and where to 
apply. 



NEW ENGLAND TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY 



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Autographs 



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